Ethics. Research. Community.

Ethical Issues in Global Health Research: Blending Cultures, Building Capacity, and Bolstering Collaboration

Type of Event

Conference

Event Location

Boston, MA

Ethical Issues in Global Health Research: Blending Cultures, Building Capacity, and Bolstering Collaboration

June 9-12, 2014 | Boston, MA
This program covers a broad range of topics relating to biomedical research conducted around the globe. Participants address key challenges facing institutional and ethics review board professionals in reviewing, monitoring and conducting international research. Participants will explore the critical issues facing those in global health research and gain the tools necessary for addressing these challenges. Four days of dynamic and interactive learning provides participants an opportunity to expand their professional knowledge through a set of lectures led by experts in global health research.
Learning Objectives
- Understand US regulations and identify ethical guidelines applicable to international research
- Apply equivalent protection concepts in reviewing international research
- Address challenges in reviewing, conducting, and overseeing global health research
- Protect vulnerable populations through culture-specific safeguards
- Increase efficiency and effectiveness in the global health research review process
- Monitor research with new tools and approaches for countries outside the United States
For more information, please visit the course website https://ecpe.sph.harvard.edu/Ethics or email pbretton@hsph.harvard.edu.

Ethical Issues in Global Health Research: Blending Cultures, Building Capacity, and Bolstering Collaboration

June 9-12, 2014 | Boston, MA

https://ecpe.sph.harvard.edu/Ethics

This program covers a broad range of topics relating to biomedical research conducted around the globe. Participants address key challenges facing institutional and ethics review board professionals in reviewing, monitoring and conducting international research. Participants will explore the critical issues facing those in global health research and gain the tools necessary for addressing these challenges. Four days of dynamic and interactive learning provides participants an opportunity to expand their professional knowledge through a set of lectures led by experts in global health research.

Learning Objectives
- Understand US regulations and identify ethical guidelines applicable to international research
- Apply equivalent protection concepts in reviewing international research
- Address challenges in reviewing, conducting, and overseeing global health research
- Protect vulnerable populations through culture-specific safeguards
- Increase efficiency and effectiveness in the global health research review process
- Monitor research with new tools and approaches for countries outside the United States

For more information, please visit the course website https://ecpe.sph.harvard.edu/Ethics or email pbretton@hsph.harvard.edu.