Addressing ethical issues in H3Africa research – the views of research ethics committee members

@article{Vries2015AddressingEI,
  title={Addressing ethical issues in H3Africa research – the views of research ethics committee members},
  author={Jantina de Vries and Akin Abayomi and Katherine Littler and Ebony B. Madden and Sheryl McCurdy and Odile Ouwe Missi Oukem-Boyer and J. Lotus Seeley and Ciara Staunton and Godfrey Tangwa and Paulina Tindana and Jennifer Troyer},
  journal={The HUGO Journal},
  year={2015},
  volume={9},
  pages={1-4}
}
In June 2014, the H3Africa Working Group on Ethics organised a workshop with members of over 40 research ethics committees from across Africa to discuss the ethical challenges raised in H3Africa research, and to receive input on the proposed H3Africa governance framework. Prominent amongst a myriad of ethical issues raised by meeting participants were concerns over consent for future use of samples and data, the role of community engagement in large international collaborative projects, and… CONTINUE READING
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