Guide: WHO R&D Good Participatory Practice for COVID-19 clinical trials: a toolboxby Mesh Editorial Team
This toolbox was developed in 2020 for the World Health Organisation COVID-19 Research Roadmap and provides a synthesis of key action points from the WHO GPP-EP guidelines. This “how to” guide gives an overview, tips and resources and will be updated as new resources are completed and approved.
Project Report: “Nothing about us without us”: How families affected by Zika are claiming back controlby Mesh Editorial Team, Natalie Hunter
This article introduces a series of videos exploring experiences of the Zika epidemic from different perspectives. Within the videos we hear from mothers of children born with microcephaly and from researchers in Brazil and the UK.
Project Report: Going Viral: The Mother of all pandemics Podcastby Mesh Editorial Team, Dr Mark Honigsbaum & Hannah Mawdsley
Literature: The Legacy of Zika in Brazil: Women, Needs and Rightsby Debora Diniz, Mesh Editorial Team
Event: Showcase 2019 - International Society of Neglected Tropical Diseases Festivalby Mesh Editorial Team
Repository: Ebola Response Anthropology Platformby Mesh Editorial Team
Video: Association of Public Health Laboratories: Fighting Emerging Infectious Diseasesby Mesh Editorial Team
Event: The International Society for Neglected Tropical Diseases Festivalby Mesh Editorial Team
Literature: From ‘Trial Community’ to ‘Experimental Publics’: How Clinical Research Shapes Public Participationby C. Montgomery & R. Pool, Mesh Editorial Team
This article argues for a conceptual shift away from the static, singular term ‘trial community’ towards ‘experimental publics’. The authors observe that the term ‘community’ is often employed uncritically and assumes that ‘communities’ pre-exist research; that they are timeless and undifferentiated wholes. ‘Experimental publics’, by contrast, are dynamic, multiple, and impermanent in nature.