The MRC-NIHR TMRP MRC Doctoral Training Partnership presents training for a PhD in trials methodology. Bursaries for outstanding applicants from outside the UK. Read more
COS SURVEY! CLOSES 31st JANUARY
Based on contribution to research and clinical work in LMICs we are reaching out to you through this survey to explore your views on COS development and use COS in LMIC settings.Learn more
MRC/NIHR Trials Methodology Research Partnership pump-priming grants for Low and Middle Income CountriesLearn more
Professional Development Scheme
A scheme specifically designed for anyone working in Global Health Research. Watch this short video!Learn more
A practical introduction to methodology research and the project that aimed to develop a Global Health Trials Methodological Research AgendaLearn more
Global Health Trials' funding portal
Welcome to Global Health Trials' funding portal. Find a list of major funders, and links directly to their open funding pages so that you can easily find different types of funding opportunities. Funders are listed in alphabetical order.Learn more
Global Competency Framework for Clinical Research
Global Competency Framework for Clinical Research: 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...Learn more
In a paper in BMC Medical Ethics, authors call for a balance between early access to research findings & unwanted negative consequences Read more
Information that should be included in a trial protocol or completed trial article when the study had to undergo important modifications in response to extenuating circumstances such as COVID-19 Read more
Nesting a study within a trial evaluates different trial processes (e.g. recruitment, data collection), providing evidence about how to improve that process Read more
The Global Health Network collaborated with the Global Health Working Group of the TMRP to facilitate awards to 7 interesting topics. Read an update on projects here Read more
The Global Health Network and Public Health England launch a new knowledge hub for the International Health Regulations Strengthening Project to support researchers and professionals in global health security. Access peer reviewed publications, reports and case studies that include achievements ... Read more
Design, Analyze, Communicate (DAC) started as a Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation program to help grantees optimize studies for informativeness and impact. DAC includes an evidence-based catalogue of best practices, assessments, open-source simulation software, and other tools for researchers. Read more
ICTMC is the leading international platform for presenting the latest in trials methodology research, valuable networking and training opportunities. Over 750 delegates from 22 countries attending in 2019! Read more
Read the report by the African Academy of Sciences, UK Collaborative on Development Research and The Global Health Network Read more
The European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) supports collaborative research that accelerates the clinical development of new or improved medical interventions (drugs, vaccines, microbicides and diagnostics) to prevent or treat HIV, tuberculosis (TB), malaria and neglected infectious diseases in sub-Saharan Africa.
Under this background, the EDCTP partnered with The Global Health Network to develop a 'Knowledge Hub', which aims to facilitate and provide guidance on several topics related to clinical trials such as open access data sharing, data management, clinical trials protocols.Go to page
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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
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EDCTP and The Global Health Network have launched the EDCTP Knowledge Hub, an online platform with open-access resources for researchers conducting clinical research in low-resource settings. With financial support from ...
The Global Health Network welcomes the highly encouraging news from Pfizer/ Biontech that interim analysis has shown strong protection against COVID-19 after a course of two injections. Whilst we need ...
A short film by the Drugs for Neglected Diseases initiative (DNDi) telling the story of doctors in the Democratic Republic of Congo and their role in developing ...
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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.