Grand challenges in global health : the ethical, social and cultural program.
Singer, Peter A.
Taylor, Andrew D.
Daar, Abdallah S.
Upshur, Ross E. G.
Singh, Jerome Amir.
Lavery, James V.
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The Grand Challenges initiative has 44 projects worldwide aimed at addressing diseases of the poor. What are the ethical, social, and cultural issues that the initiative faces?
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Grand challenges in global health : ethical, social, and cultural issues based on key informant perspectives. Berndtson, Kathryn.; Daid, Tina.; Tracy, C. Shawn.; Bhan, Anant.; Cohen, Emma R. M.; Upshur, Ross E. G.; Singh, Jerome Amir.; Lavery, James V.; Singer, Peter A. (Plos., 2007)The authors interviewed key informants from the developing world and the Grand Challenges investigators to explore their ethical, social, and cultural concerns about the program.
Lavery, James V.; Green, Shane K.; Bandewar, Sunita V. S.; Bhan, Anant.; Daar, Abdallah S.; Emerson, Claudia I.; Masum, Hassan.; Randazzo, Filippo M.; Singh, Jerome Amir.; Upshur, Ross E. G.; Singer, Peter A. (Plos., 2013)The purpose of this paper is to encourage reflection among the global health research community and the research ethics community about how a wide range of ethical, social, and cultural (ESC) influences on the conduct, ...
Tindana, Paulina O.; Singh, Jerome Amir.; Tracy, C. Shawn.; Upshur, Ross E. G.; Daar, Abdallah S.; Singer, Peter A.; Frohlich, Janet A.; Lavery, James V. (Plos., 2007)The authors argue that there have been few systematic attempts to determine the effectiveness of community engagement in research.