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CIOMS is an international, NGO established jointly by WHO and UNESCO in 1949. CIOMS represents a substantial proportion of the biomedical scientific community through its member organizations, and works on product development, bioethics, and pharmacovigilance,
The Ethox Centre is a multidisciplinary bioethics research centre that aims to improve ethical standards in healthcare practice and in medical research through education, research, and the provision of ethics support to health professionals and medical researchers. Includes a global health ethics section.
"The purpose of the Future Health Systems consortium is to generate knowledge that shapes health systems to benefit poor people. Future Health Systems addresses fundamental questions about the design of health systems and works closely with people who are leading the transformation of health systems in their own countries." Includes publications, an online course, and the FHS Ethics Working Group.
This online module introduces the concept of cultural humility as a guiding principle for effective cross-cultural communication and collaboration. It can be used as a resource for educators, students planning to study abroad or engage in international field work, faculty engaged in cross-cultural research and partnerships, human service practitioners, educators, and any other interested parties. Produced in association with the University of Buffalo School of Social Work's Institute on Sustainable Global Engagement.
This free, online course consists of a series of ten cases to introduce trainees and others involved in global health research and service to ethical issues that may arise during short-term training experiences abroad.
TREAD’s goal is to facilitate sound ethical practice by providing examples of how researchers have described the pathways used to protect their research subjects from harm. TREAD provides the opportunity to follow the step-by-step logic used by experienced researchers when negotiating their research design within vulnerable populations.
A course for gaining skills in global health delivery, including ethical aspects, as well as health system design, value chain mapping, leadership training, ultrasound skills, servant leadership, and case studies in effective global health delivery programs. Next course in 2020.