Ethics review mutual recognition: Opportunities and lessons learnt during the COVID-19 pandemic
The COVID-19 Clinical Research Coalition and PHEPREN (Public Health Emergency and Response Ethics Network) hosted a webinar to share the findings of a project undertaken in collaboration with the Ethics Working Group to review the challenges and opportunities of ethics review mutual recognition for COVID-19 multi-site research protocols.
The ethics, safety, and justification for evaluating hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine to prevent COVID-19
In this webinar, scientists from Brazil, India, Thailand, and the US discuss the ethics, safety, and justification for evaluating hydroxychloroquine and chloroquine to prevent COVID-19, in a context of guidance having been recently issued by the World Health Organization to halt the use of these drugs to treat the disease.
COVID-19 vaccine development: Lessons learned from social science research and community engagement in clinical trials in low-resource settings
The Social Science Working Group organized a webinar on social science research and community engagement in vaccine clinical trials in low-resource settings. This is the first of a three-webinar series on the social science of vaccine development and deployment.
COVID-19 Diagnostics: Their applications and key unanswered questions in low-resource settings
The Virology, Immunology & Diagnostics Working Group organized a webinar to provide an update on the various COVID-19 diagnostics and their applications, and comment on some of the challenges of their use in low-resource settings and related research questions.
Responding to COVID-19 in Africa: The myths, the lessons, and the future
DNDi and the COVID-19 Clinical Research Coalition jointly hosted a webinar to explore the role of research, innovation, and partnerships in African efforts to address the pandemic – bringing together panelists who have been at the forefront of the COVID-19 response to discuss their experience and share important lessons with the rest of the world.