NEW Recommended article:

Strategies for developing sustainable health research capacity in low and middle-income countries: a prospective, qualitative study investigating the barriers and enablers to locally led clinical trial conduct in Ethiopia, Cameroon and Sri Lanka (BMJ Open)


New Social Science Sessions:

Using Gender Analysis within Qualitative Research 

Like all the Social Science Sessions, this session includes an overview, comprehensive slide set of the issue at hand, and helpful reading list.


New Blog Post: 

When to give or not give incentives: A researcher’s reflection on incentives in the field





Qual-World Virtual Conference

Qualitative research methods conference for anyone, anywhere!

This conference is an affordable one-day, interactive, on-line event with live and semi live sessions, with reductions in cost for those in LMICs. For registrants, session content will continue to be available for 30 days following the conference. Join others ... Read more

Women's Invisible Power: what do you think?

We discuss the new commentary in Nature

New Nature commentary "Women's Invisible Power" is a must read for social scientists working in global health, as it illuminates the intricacies around decision making and interplay between power between gender roles. What do you think - is women's power ... Read more

EDCTP: 2017 call for proposals

The European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) has released a new set of research grant calls for 2017. The European & Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP) aims to accelerate the development of new or improved drugs, vaccines, ... Read more

Conference on Global Health Systems

Crossing Boundaries 3

Date of Event 7th December 2017 Last Booking Date for this Event 2nd October 2017 Description With support from the Medical and Social Sciences Divisions this conference aims to promote cross-divisional research collaborations iin global health systems to help LMIC ... Read more

TREAD - The Research Ethics Application Database

TREAD, an open access repository of Research Ethics Committee (REC) application forms and consent statements, is released today. TREAD provides examples of how researchers have described the pathways used to protect their research subjects from harm. For example, guidelines on ... Read more