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Conducting Community Engagement During a Public Health Emergency: Lessons learnt from the Ebola response

June 9, 2020

The COVID-19 pandemic has accelerated the research process. Sponsors, researchers, ethics committee members and other stakeholders are moving faster than ever to move effective products through the research pipeline. The pace of the research is also changing how stakeholder engagement is conducted. On Tuesday, June 9, speakers discussed the experience of conducting stakeholder engagement during the Ebola crisis in West Africa. They also explored some of the ethical challenges to conducting research in a public health emergency.

Watch the recording here.