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Photo credit | Marcel Crozet The 'One for All?' project in Malawi is exploring whether engaging with the community impact of immunisation can influence people’s attitudes to being vaccinated. They are looking for experienced artists and/or creative practitioners, specialising in digital and visual media. Find out more HERE
The recording of our recent webinar organised in partnership with the International PPI Network and the NIHR Global Health Programme is now available. Speakers from the UK and South Africa share their experiences and views on good engagement practice. Watch it and see results from the audience poll HERE
Report released that calls for the use of research evidence on the optimal implementation of public health interventions for COVID-19 in varied global settings. Find out more HERE
This free 10-week interactive and online course will help researchers and clinical trial stakeholders apply AVAC and UNAIDs GPP Guidelines in their unique settings. Enroll now at engage.avac.org or click HERE
Based on the Nuffield Council on Bioethics report, this new course explores core ethical issues that arise during research in global health emergencies, and highlights how they sometimes go beyond those covered in traditional research frameworks. Certificates available, to start the course here
U.S-based non-profit AVAC, has published a new report Five “P”s to Watch: Platforms, process, partnerships, payers and participatory practices that drive vaccine development which tells the story of how HIV vaccine research is making the search for a COVID-19 vaccine faster, safer and more inclusive. Download it HERE
COVID-19 presents one of the largest science communication challenges ever, with rapidly evolving science, enormous social and economic impacts and a rising global death toll. If you missed the PCST webinar exploring the topic, the recording is now available on their website and YouTube channel HERE
In response to the COVID-19 crisis, UK National Co-ordinating Centre for Public Engagement has crowd-sourced a guide to creating and running virtual meetings and events. The guide draws on the expertise in our sector around online engagement and aims to help us all develop meaningful and valuable experiences online. Download it HERE
When we are ill, we expect our medicines to work as intended. But what if they do not contain the ingredients listed on the packaging? The art exhibition “What’s in ...
INTRAC has recently launched M&E Universe – a free online platform designed to guide practitioners with different levels of experience and expertise through all aspects of Monitoring & Evaluation (M&E). ...
Do you have a guide or tool that you have found useful in your virtual engagement work? Would you like to share outputs from a ...
The Practice and Ethics of Participatory Visual Methods for Community Engagement in Public Health and Health Science
This FREE 8-module course has been developed for use by engagement practitioners who are relatively new to the field of participatory visual methods and want to learn more about what they are and how to work with them. It is most fitting for those who already have some experience in facilitating participatory processes or in using qualitative research methods. The course also aims to support health science researchers who wish to include visual methods when engaging local communities and wider publics in their work. CLICK HERE TO BEGIN
The Global Health Training Centre offers a free and open access e-Learning resource which has been adapted from the Multi-Regional Clinical Trials Center at Harvard University (Harvard MRCT) Ethics Tool Kit.
The resource, which can be found here, includes a module on community engagement which may be of interest to MESH users. The module can be viewed here: https://globalhealthtrainingcentre.tghn.org/elearning/education/essential-elements-ethics/essential-element-7-community-engagement/1869/
The Global Health Training Centre offers free research ethics online training adapted from an e-Learning course and resource package designed and produced by the World Health Organization (WHO) for use by internal staff.
The resource, which can be found here, includes a course on engaging with communities which can be found here: https://globalhealthtrainingcentre.tghn.org/elearning/education/research-ethics/engaging-with-communities/1492/
This specialist short course explores some of the core ethical issues that arise in the conduct of research in global health emergencies – from outbreaks of infectious diseases to natural and human-made disasters. It is entirely based on the peer-reviewed Nuffield Council on Bioethics’ report Research in global health emergencies: Ethical issues (published January 2020). Found out more HERE