This is your chance to share your Global Health Clinical Research experiences. Tell others about your studies, your ideas and your research site. What happened with your study today? Have you had any tricky issues, perhaps you solved one? Please tell us...

4 January

kevinchilds

Restricting population movement during COVID-19: ethics and justifications

By kevinchilds

Since the outbreak of COVID-19, lockdowns have been used across much of the world as a primary public health measure. ...

10 November

kevinchilds

COVID-19 Vaccination Boosters: when and why?

By kevinchilds

With global vaccine inequity still remaining a significant problem in many parts of the world, Epidemic Ethics hosted a webinar ...

kevinchilds

Children and COVID-19 vaccination: ethical issues and consideration

By kevinchilds

Vaccinating children against COVID-19 remains ethically controversial. In this webinar on 13 Sept, which attracted over 400 global attendees, a ...

5 July

editorial

New Knowledge Hub Launches to Facilitate Uptake and Application of Research Findings into Policy and Practice

By editorial

The Global Health Network launches the Applying Research to Policy and Practice for Health (ARCH) Knowledge Hub.This Hub aims to ...

15 March

Susan

Epidemic Ethics Postdoctoral Fellowship

By Susan

The University of Cape Town is seeking to appoint a 2-year Postdoctoral Fellow in Epidemic Ethics. This role is one ...

19 February

whoethics

Basic Health Needs in Relation to Human Rights in a Global Health Crisis

By whoethics

Author: Mercury Shitindo, Africa International University - Kenya, & Anahuac University-Mexico   Introduction   How does one determine what are basic ...

16 December

Susan

Casebook on ethical issues in epidemic health research: call for submissions

By Susan

Casebook on ethical issues in epidemic health research   Lead editors: Susan Bull and Michael Parker, Wellcome Centre for Ethics ...

17 November

whoethics

Restoring confidence in science – tinkering in the margin is not enough

By whoethics

Piero Olliaro, Professor of Poverty-related Infectious Diseases, Centre for Tropical Medicine and Global Health, Nuffield Department of Medicine, University of Oxford, ...

28 September

whoethics

A COVID-19 vaccine is needed as soon as possible – how can this be accomplished in the most ethical way possible?

By whoethics

Maxwell J. Smith, PhD, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada (maxwell.smith@uwo.ca)   The world is desperate for a safe and effective COVID-19 ...

9 September

whoethics

Opportunities and challenges for ethicists advising public health authorities during the COVID-19 pandemic

By whoethics

Maxwell J. Smith, PhD, Western University, London, Ontario, Canada (maxwell.smith@uwo.ca)   The COVID-19 pandemic has raised a number of distinctive ...

27 August

whoethics

“Publication by press release,” retracted COVID-19 studies, and peer review via Twitter: Upholding publication ethics in the COVID-era

By whoethics

Author: Eemaan Kaur Thind, MPH(c) Western University, Canada   A summary of Epidemic Ethics’s sixth seminar   Chair: Professor Ross ...

5 August

whoethics

Setting up a Virtual Clinical Ethics Consultation Service in the time of Covid-19

By whoethics

Author: Sharon Kaur, Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, Malaysia   Healthcare professionals working in clinical settings are likely to face ...

30 July

whoethics

COVID-19 immunity licensing in Africa: practical, socio-cultural, and ethical bottlenecks

By whoethics

Author: Amos Laar, Ph.D. Associate Professor of Public Health, School of Public Health, University of Ghana, Legon. E-mail: alaar@ug.edu.gh Twitter: ...

24 July

hughtdavies

COVID 19 human infection challenge studies: a practical guide for ethical review

By hughtdavies

Oxford A Research Ethics Committee   Under international guidance, research involving human subjects requires a favourable opinion from a Research ...

20 July

whoethics

Equitable global access to a COVID-19 Vaccine: How much is too much to ask?

By whoethics

Author: John Barugahare, Ph.D.Department of Philosophy, Makerere University jbarugahare@chuss.mak.ac.ug   Author: Joseph Millum, Ph.D., M.Sc.Clinical Center Department of Bioethics & Fogarty ...