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Special issue of TDR enews

Grant opportunities

TDR has 6 grant opportunities currently open that range from training to safety monitoring and improving cutaneous leishmaniasis clinical drug trials. The latest has just been posted on Ebola research, in coordination with the European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials ... Read more

ABRAID - Maps of Disease Risk

New Website Launched

The Atlas of Baseline Risk Assessment for Infectious Diseases (ABRAID) launches a beta website that aims to produce continually updated maps of disease risk with contributions from experts. Start exploring the site here. Read more

Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases

New Website Launched

The Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases provides a practical and visual overview of the current distribution and determinants of major infectious diseases of humans. The Atlas of Human Infectious Diseases has launched a new website that is complementary to the ... Read more

Essential Elements of Ethics

A new free and certified e-learning course

Adapted from the Ethics Tool Kit designed by the Multi Regional Clinical Trial Center at Harvard University this course provides guidance and suggestions on key ethical questions for clinical researchers as they write study protocols and ethics committees as they ... Read more

Announcing the all new Global Health Training Centre

The Global Health Network is pleased to announce the launch of its new research tool, the Global Health Training Centre! The Training Centre brings together a wealth of research training materials, resources, e-seminars, e-Learning courses, discussion forums, training opportunities and ... Read more

What trials are ongoing in Ebola?

- a summary of global research efforts

Here we provide a summary of research that is ongoing in ebola, including vaccine trials and therapeutic candidate drugs. Please feel free to share your own experiences and comments. Read more

Launch of the Global Health Research Process Map

New to the network - exciting new digital toolkit

8th July 2014 saw the launch of the Global Health Research Process Map, the first digital toolkit designed to enable researchers anywhere in the world to conduct rigorous global health research. It’s an open-access and internationally-available online resource that guides ... Read more

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Global Research Nurses Group: TWO YEARS ON ...

2 years on ..

Beenamma Kurian told us - I left st johns but not India ,working with Govt hospitals in rural india on quality improvement programs a tough ...

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