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Our latest report explores how research may be conducted ethically in global health emergencies.
Governments, funders, and research bodies must take action to ensure that research is undertaken ethically during global health emergencies, says a new report from the Nuffield Council on Bioethics.
28 Jan 2020
We're calling on research funders, governments, and others involved in health research systems for a more ethical and collaborative approach to conducting research during emergencies.
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by Kate Harvey
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