New online training course on research in global health emergencies available in French
The Nuffield Council on Bioethics and The Global Health Network have launched a French translation of a new e-learning course for researchers working in global health emergencies.
The course covers the core ethical issues that arise when conducting research in global health emergencies, from outbreaks of infectious diseases to natural and human-made disasters.
The course is available in English, French, and Spanish via the Global Health Training Centre website.
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The course is entirely based on our report Research in global health emergencies: ethical issues, published in January. It is also available in English and Spanish.
We have worked previously with The Global Health Network to develop an online course covering the ethics of involving children in clinical research.