This report is based on conversations that took place at the Fifth Wellcome Trust International Public Engagement Workshop ‘Trust Me I Am a Scientist: Exploring the role of trust within international health research’, held in November 2013. The workshop aimed to reach a clearer understanding of what is involved in developing and maintaining trust among relevant actors and groups engaged in international biomedical research, and the implications of this for strengthening community and public engagement strategies.
Guide: Empowering meaningful community engagement and involvement in global health research - critical reflections and guiding questionsby Erica Nelson, NIHR
This learning resource, from the UK's NIHR published in collaboration with the Institute of Development Studies, offers a brief set of reflections to help guide decision-making within the context of collaborative research approaches. It was published in March 2021 reflecting on the COVID-19 pandemic.
Unicef's Vaccine Misinformation Management Field Guide was published in December 2020 and offers guidance for addressing a global infodemic and fostering demand for immunisation.
The Global Code of Conduct for Research in Resource-Poor Settings aims to stop the export of unethical research practices to low and middle income countries.
INTRAC has launched the M&E universe, a free, online resource for development practitioners involved in monitoring and evaluation (M&E).
Engaging with Social justice: An Interview with Ceri Davies, Research Director, National Centre for Social Researchby Siân Aggett, Mesh Editorial Team
The Wellcome Trust commissioned report from 2013 on the general public’s attitudes to different types of personal data and data linking. The research looked at whether health data are viewed differently from other types of data, and what are the perceived risks and benefits, to self and society, of linking different kinds of data for research and other purposes.
A toolkit of methods and guidance on collaborative decision making and community planning.
Guide: Performing Ethics: Using Participatory Theatre to Explore Ethical Issues in Community Based Participatory Researchby Mesh Editorial team
A code of ethics created by the San people of Africa for researchers wishing to study their culture.