In response to the Chikungunya virus (CHIKV) Outbreak a new area on the Global Health Network has been setup to provide researchers and health professionals working on CHIKV tools and resources to aid their research. Please check for more details ... Read more
The workshop, entitled ‘Improving research data to inform better treatment of poverty-related infectious diseases’, will take place in Nairobi, Kenya, from 23 to 26 January 2018, and provide opportunities for early career researchers to interact, learn from each other, share ... Read more
Researchers in Brazil want to share that there have been 40 confirmed deaths from Chikungunya in Fortaleza. This is a significant increase in both mortality and the severity of the disease. The Fortaleza research team are part of the REDe ... Read more
The TDR Global Competency Framework for Clinical Research is a flexible framework which lists all the competencies that should be demonstrated by a research team to carry out a successful clinical study. The Special Programme for Research and Training in ... Read more
The Atlas of Baseline Risk Assessment for Infectious Diseases (ABRAID) launches a beta website that aims to produce continually updated maps of disease risk with contributions from experts. Start exploring the site here. Read more
The aim of this website is to provide a platform for sharing and developing research priorities, protocols and data capture systems alongside the latest epidemiological and clinical management information about Zika infection. Also in Espanol and Portugues. Read more
Introduction to Good Clinical Laboratory Practice is a stand-alone short course for all those wanting to gain an understanding of GCLP and its application in laboratories. This peer reviewed course provides an introduction to GCLP, summarises the principles of GCLP ... Read more
In response to the recent news about the Zika virus, we draw your attention to the International INTERGROWTH-21st Standards for Head Circumference of newborns. Read more
Read more about and access the protocols that have been developed by The Consortium for the Standardization of Influenza Seroepidemiology (CONSISE) - a global partnership aiming to standardize influenza seroepidemiology and develop comprehensive influenza investigation protocols to inform public health policy.Go to page
Clinical trial data are recognised as a valuable resource, and there is widespread agreement on the benefits of increasing responsible access to such data for the purposes of research. The Wellcome Trust has commissioned Technopolis to carry out a study looking at the potential uses of existing clinical trial data to address new research questions.Go to page
Discussion Framework for Clinical Trial Data Sharing: Guiding Principles, Elements, and Activities
Data sharing is one of the most important current issues in clinical trials. If conducted in the right way, sharing data could help facilitate faster and better generation of evidence to bring new interventions and improve disease management.
Have your say about this key issue by reading this blog.
Healthcare workers and Laboratory staff are on the frontline of responses to outbreaks like Ebola Virus and Haemorrhagic Fever. The Ebola Virus outbreak in West ...
Hi everyone, this new group is a place for new members to introduce themselves in the community. Please post to introduce yourself and let others ...
Workshop in Abuja: Capacity building for research nurses working in HIV and Sexual/Reproductive health
A free workshop will be held on July 18th in Abuja, aimed at research nurses who are working in sexual and reproductive health. The workshop ...
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Wednesday 18 July saw the launch of the 3rd edition of A Human Rights Approach to Prison Management: Handbook for Prison Staff, co-authored by Professor Andrew Coyle, Emeritus Professor ...
Please see this link for the latest on the Prison Healthcare Inquiry by the Health and Social Care Committee in the UK. The inquiry will explore the effectiveness of prisons ...
The Royal College of GPs has published a position statement that sets out how 'equivalence of care' between secure and non-secure settings should be defined. According to the College's ...