We have several key posts available at the University of Oxford to work on the core Global Health Network team. Read more
One Million Visits
Reaching one million visits is an amazing achievement for The Global Health Network, demonstrating that the research community do want to work together and speed up the process of developing life-saving treatments and vaccines, or in finding new ways to ...Learn more
Introducing The Global Health Network
The Global Health Network aims to accelerate and streamline research through this innovative digital platform.Learn more
Communities of Practice
The Network is a thriving system of connected, yet individual, areas that are each led by research groups from all over the world.Learn more
The Global Health Network can transform research by enabling researchers to share methods across staff levels, communities, regions, diseases and disciplines of global health.Learn more
Sophisticated technologies, quality assured content
The Network is providing the sophisticated technology and the tools for this to happen allowing researchers to work together online, and to receive rigorous guidance and training that is written by experts.Learn more
Global Health Research Process Map
The Global Health Research Process Map, the first digital toolkit designed to enable researchers anywhere in the world to conduct rigorous global health research. It’s an open-access and internationally-available online resource that guides every process and method needed to initiate ...Learn more
INTERGROWTH-21st International Standards for Head Circumference
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.Learn more
Field trials of interventions against disease in low and middle income countries (LMICs) may be complex and expensive undertakings. The 3rd edition of “Field Trials of Health Interventions: a Toolbox” has been compiled by over 30 contributors with extensive direct ... 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
The Global Health Network is pleased to announce the launch of a new seven-module eLearning course which has been adapted from the WHO training manual and resources on: ‘Ethics in epidemics, emergencies and disasters: Research, surveillance and patient care’. Read more
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
Mixed-methods approaches are gaining momentum in health research, and it is generally agreed that this is a positive development. In response to the challenges associated with integrating qualitative and quantitative data, The Global Health Network set up a group dedicated to supporting mixed-methods researchers. Please feel free to add your comments and join in discussions.Go to page
Epidemiological Study of Randomized Trials (ESORT) is led by a collaborative team of researchers at the Centre for Statistics in Medicine and the George Institute for Global Health, both at the University of Oxford. ESORT have kindly offered to share details of their study with The Global Health Network.Go to page
Please submit your summary here. We expect one per institution attending and the deadline is 21st February. Many thanks.
Deadline: 17th February We will have a session on day two where people can share draft papers to get peer input or request peer input ...
Please add your case study here if you are one of the four presenters. For everyone else, do read the case studies in advance of ...
We have colaborated with Dr Greg Martin to share his excellent series of videos on Global Health issues. Published on 17 Feb 2017 In this video Dr Greg Martin talks ...
Being able to identify randomized trials (RCTs) is a critical part of most Cochrane reviews that evaluate the effects of health treatments. In May last year Cochrane launched Cochrane Crowd ...
Course Dates: 3-14 July 2017, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine Epidemiological research has become an important tool in assessing vaccine protection. Although there are several courses specialising in ...
Attached please find a copy of a qualitative study looking at the barriers to wearing footwear in Ethiopia that is very relevant to a podoconiosis trial that the Global Health ...
This peer reviewed course outlines ethical aspects of sharing individual level research data and proposed best practices. It aims to be of value to those designing and reviewing individual research protocols where data sharing is anticipated, and to those developing institutional policies and processes for governing data sharing.