Developing a framework for successful research partnerships in global health

@inproceedings{Larkan2016DevelopingAF,
  title={Developing a framework for successful research partnerships in global health},
  author={Fiona Larkan and Ogenna Uduma and Saheed Akinmayọwa Lawal and Bianca van Bavel},
  booktitle={Globalization and health},
  year={2016}
}
BACKGROUND The Centre for Global Health, Trinity College Dublin has as one of its goals, strengthening health systems in developing countries. In realising this goal we work across more than 40 countries with third-level, civil society, government, private sector and UN partners. Each of these requires that different relationships be established. Good principles must guide all global health research partnerships. An exploratory research project was undertaken with research partners of, and… CONTINUE READING
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