Author: Dr Ghaiath Hussein
Medical doctor specialized in bioethics and public health. Following my MBBS in Sudan, I had a master degree in bioethics from the University of Toronto, then a PhD in bioethics at the University of Birmingham, UK. I have been teaching medical ethics for undergraduate medical students, residents, public health practitioners and master students and provide consultations in ethics-related topics for many regional and international institutions. This website is where I try to share some of what I have learned in my professional journey, hoping that this will make your journey shorter and easier by avoiding the same mistakes and by gaining some extra miles.
How to survive the IRB approval?
A part of a lecture I gave on #research #ethics where I give a quick guide on how to make your research proposal survive the #irb. I… Read more “How to survive the IRB approval?”
Watch “Research or Not Research? This Is Not the Question for Public Health Emergencies” on YouTube
About this Seminar: Public health emergencies, whether natural or man-made, local or global, in peacetime or during armed conflicts are always associated with the need to collect… Read more “Watch “Research or Not Research? This Is Not the Question for Public Health Emergencies” on YouTube”