Student Publications

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SARETI Student Publications

2006

  • Irabor, D.O. (2006). Informed consent for surgery: A historical review. West African Journal of Medicine, 25, 301-304. [download]
  • Manafa, O., Lindegger, G., & IJsselmuiden, G. (2006). Informed consent in a clinical trials: participants' satisfaction of the consent process and voluntariness of participation. Online Journal of Health Ethics, 1(1). [download]

2007

  • Ikingura, J.K., Kruger, M., & Zeleke, W. (2007). Health research ethics review and needs of instutitional ethics committees in Tanzania. Tanzanian Health Research Bulletin, 9(3), 154-158. [download]
  • Kass, N.E., Hyder, A.A., Ajuwon, A., Appiah-Poku, J., Barsdorf, N., Elsayed, D.E., Mokhachane, M., Mupenda, B., Ndebele, P., Ndossi, G., Sikateyo, B., Tangwa, G., & Tindana, P. (2007). The structure and function of research ethics committees in Africa: a case study. PLos Med, 4(1):e3. [download]
  • Krieger, J.N., Bailey, R.C., Opeya, J.C., Ayieko, B.O., Opiyo, F.A., Omondi, D., Agot, K., Parker, C., Ndinya-Achola, J.O., & Moses, S. (2007). Adult male circumcision outcomes: experience in a developing country setting. Urologia Internationalis, 78(3), 235-240.
  • Manafa, O., Lindegger, G., & IJsselmuiden, C. (2007). Informed consent in an antiretroviral trial in Nigeria. Indian Journal of Medical Ethics, 4, 26-30. [download]
  • Nyika, A. (2007). Ethical and regulatory issues surrounding African traditional medicine in the context of HIV/Aids. Developing World Bioethics, 7(1):25-34. Doi:10.1111/j.1471-8847.2006.00157.x. [download]
  • Starling, B., Kamuya, D., Gikonyo, C., Molyneux, C.S., & Marsh, V. (2007). Utafiti in coastal Kenya. Science and Public Affairs 10-11 (June 2007). [download]

2008

  • Gikonyo, C., Bejon, M., Marsh, V., & Molyneux, S. (2008). Taking social relationships seriously: lessons learned from the informed consent practices of a vaccine trial on the Kenyan coast. Social Science & Medicine, 67, 708-720. [download]
  • Marsh, V., Kamuya, D., Rowa, Y., Gikonyo, C., & Molyneux, S. (2008). Beginning community engagement at a busy biomedical research programme: Experiences from the KEMRI CGMRC-Wellcome Trust research programme, Kilifi, Kenya. Social Scienc & Medicine, 67, 721-733. [download]
  • Masiye, F., Kass, N., Hyder, A., Ndebele, P., & Mfutso-Bengo, J. (2008). Why mothers choose to enrol their children in malaria clinical studies and the involvement of relatives in decision-making: evidence from Malawi. Malawi Medical Journal, 20(2), 50-556. [download]
  • Mfutso-Bengo, J., Ndebele, P., & Masiye, F. (2008). Disseminating research results to research participants and their communities. Malawi Medical Journal, 20, 64-66. [download]
  • Mfutso-Bengo, J., Masiye, F., Molyneux, M., Ndebele, P., & Chilungo, A. (2008). Why do people refuse to take part in medical research studies? Evidence from a resource-poor area. Malawi Medical Journal, 20(2), 57-63. [download]
  • Mfutso-Bengo, J., Ndebele, P., Jumbe, V., Mkunthi, M., Masiye, F., Molyneux, S., & Molyneux, M. (2008). Why do individuals agree to enrol in clinical trials? A qualitative study of health research participation in Blantyre, Malawi. Malawi Medical Journal, 20(2), 37-41. [download]
  • Ndebele, P., & Musesengwa,. R. (2008). Will developing countries benefit from participation in genetics research? Malawi Medical Journal, 20(2), 67-69. [download]
  • Ndebele, P., Mfutso-Bengo, J., & Mduluza, T. (2008). Compensating clinical trial participants from limited resource settings in internationally sponsored clinical trials: a proposal. Malawi Medical Journal, 20(2), 42-45. [download]
  • Obonyo, C., Omondi, D.S.A., & Mwinzi, P. (2008). Public health crisis after the election violence in Kenya. Lancet, 371, 1319-1321. [download]

2009

  • Chi, C.P. (2009). Primary health care in Cameroon: evolution, key short-comings and proposed strategies for improvement. Ebonyi Medical Journal, 8(1).
  • Chukwuneke, F.N., Onwuekwe, I.C., & Ekwueme, O.C. (2009). The use of placebo in clinical trials: An overview of the ethical issues involved for the protection of human research participants. Journal of College Medicine, 14(1), 85-89.
  • Irabor, D.O., & Omonzejele, P. (2009). Local attitudes, moral obligation, customary obedience and other cultural practices: Their influence on the process of gaining informed consent for surgery in a tertiary institution in a developing country. Developing World Bioethics, 9(1), 34-42; ISSN 1471-8731 (print); 1471-8847 (online) doi:10.1111/j.1471-8847.2007.00198. [download]
  • Irabor, D.O. (2009). The 'difficult surgical patient' in a developing world context. How cultural beliefs, local customs and superstition affect surgical treatment. Eubios Journal of Asian and International Bioethics, 19(3), 81-83. [download]
  • Wen Kilama & Aceme Nyika. (2009). Guest Editors. Health Research in Africa: Ethical and practical challenges. Acta Tropica, 112(1).
  • Munung, N.S., Asahngwa, C., & Chi, P.C. (2009). Ethical considerations in instructions to authors of some journals published in Cameroon. Ebonyi Medical Journal, 8(2), 76-79. [download]
  • Nyika, A. (2009). Animal research ethics in Africa: an overview. Acta Tropica, 112(1), S48-S52. [download]
  • Nyika, A. (2009). Ethical and practical challenges surrounding genetic and genomic research in developing countries. Acta Tropica, 112(1), S21-S31. [download]
  • Nyika, A. (2009). Professional ethics: an overview from health research ethics point of view. Acta Tropica, 112(1), S84-S90.[download]
  • Nyika, A. (2009). The ethics of improving African traditional medical practice: Scientific or African traditional research methods? Acta Tropica, 112(1), S32-S36. [download]
  • Nyika, A., Kilama, W., Chilengi, R., Tangwa, G., Tindana, P., Ndebele, P., & Ikingura, J. (2009). Composition, training needs and independence of ethics review committees across Africa: are the gate-keepers rising to the emerging challenges? BMJ Journal of Medical Ethics, 35(3), 189-193. https://jme.bmj.com/content/medethics/35/3/189.full.pdf or [download]
  • Nyika, A., Kilama, W.L., Tangwa, G.B., Chilengi, R., & Tindana, P. (2009). Capacity building of ethics review committees across Africa based on the results of a comprehensive needs assessment survey. Developing World Bioethics, 9(3), 149-156; doi:10.1111/j.1471-8847.2008.00243.x. [download]
  • Nyika, A., Wassenaar, D.R., & Mamotte, N. (2009). The effect of relationships on decision-making processes of women in Harare, Zimbabwe. Ethics & Behavior, 19(3), 184-200. [download]
  • Umeora, O.U.J., & Chukwuneke, F.N. (2009). Ethics and biomedical research in Southeast Nigeria (editorial). Ebonyi Medical Journal, 8(1), 2-3.

2010

  • Ateudjieu, J., Williams, J., Hirtle, M., Baume, C., Ikingura, J., Niare, A., & Sprumont, D. (2010). Training needs assessment in research ethics evaluation among research ethics committee members in three African countries: Cameroon, Mali and Tanzani. Developing World Bioethics, 10(2), 88-98. [download]
  • Chukwuneke, F.N., & Umeora, O.U.J. (2010). Ethical and human rights issues in routine antenatal HIV testing: a critical appraisal. ARD Medical Journal of Medicine, 1(2), 28-32.
  • Chukwuneke, F.N., & Umeora, O.U.J. (2010). Enrolment and retention of African women in biomedical research: the challenges. Nigerian Journal of Medicine, 19(2), 132-135.
  • Irabor, D.O. (2010). Confidentiality and privacy in public hospitals. Hektoen International Journal: A Journal of Medical Humanities, 2(2), ISSN 2155-3017. [download]
  • Kwagala, E., Wassenaar, D.R., & Ecuru, J. (2010). Payments and direct benefits in HIV/Aids related research projects in Uganda. Ethics & Behavior, 20(2), 95-109; doi:10.1080/1050842100359527. [download]
  • Munung, N.S., Asahngwa, C., & Chi, P.C. (2010). Ethical considerations in instructions to authors of some journals published in Cameroon. Ebonyi Medical Journal, 8(2). 
  • Nkrumah, M., Umeora, O.U.J., Okonta, P.I. (2010). Children's assent in biomedical research. Ebonyi Medical Journal, 9(2), 55-57.
  • Nyika, A., Chilengi, R., Ishengoma, D., Mtenga, S., Thera, M.A., Sissoko, M.S., Lusingu, J., Tiono, A.B., Doumbo, O., Sirima, S.B., Lemnge, M., & Kilama, W.L. (2010). Engaging diverse communities participating in clinical trials: case examples from across Africa. Malaria Journal, March 26;9:86. [download]
  • Ravinetto, R., Mbonile, L., & White, N. (2010). Ethical criterai in clinical research in developing countries: is there a global standard? Giornale Italiano di Medicina Tropicale, 15(1-4), 1-8. [download]

2011

  • Boga, M., Davies, A., Kamuya, D., Kinyanjui, S.M., Kivaya, E., Kombe, F., Lang, T., Marsh, V., Mbete, B., Mlamba, A., Molyneux, C.S., Mulupi, S., & Mwalukore, S. (2011). Strengthening the informed consent process in international health research through community engagement: The KEMRI-Wellcome Trust research programme experience. PLos Medicine, 8(9), 1-4. [download]
  • Munung, N.S., Che, P.C., Oukem-Boyer, O.O., & Tangwa, G.B. (2011). How often are ethics approval and informed consent reported in publications on health research in Cameroon? A five-year review. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics: An International Journal, 6(3), 93-97. doi:10.1525/jer.2011.6.3.93. [download]
  • Ndebele, P. (2011). Setting global standards for the responsible conduct of research in academic institutions: a proposal. Research Global, 6-7.
  • Ndebele, P. (2011). Research Ethics in The Sage Handbook of Health Care Ethics by R Chadwick, H ten Have & E Meslin (Eds.), pp 306-325.
  • Okonta, P.I., & Umeora, O.U.J. (2011). The role of bioethics in fostering integrity in health research in Nigeria. African Journal of Tropical Medicine & Biomedical Research, 2, 45-53.
  • Sikweyiya, Y.M., & Jewkes, R. (2011). Disclosure of child murder: a case study of ethical dilemmas in research. South African Medical Journal, 101(3), 164-169. [download]
  • Sikweyiya, Y., & Jewkes, R. (2011). Perceptions about safety and risks in gender-based violence research: implications for the ethics review process. Culture, Health & Sexuality, 13(9), 1091-1102.  https://doi.org/10.1080/13691058.2011.604429 or [download]
  • Sikweyiya, Y., & Jewkes, R. (2011). Perceptions and experiences of research participants on gender-based violence community survey: implications for ethical guidelines. PLos One, 7(4):e35495. [download]
  • Umeora, O.U.J., Abdullai, A.M., & Okonta, P.I. (2011). Children assent in biomedical research (Editorial). Ebonyi Medical Journal, 9(2), 1-3.

2012

  • Andanda, P., Awah, P., Ndebele, P., Onigbogi, O., Udatinya, D., & Mwondela, M. (2012). The ethical and legal regulations of HIV-vaccine research in Africa: lessons from Cameroon, Malawi, Nigeria, Rwanda & Zambia. African Journal of AIDS Research, 10(4), 451-463. https://doi.org/10.2989/16085906.2011.646660 or [download]
  • Chukwuneke, F.N., Ezeonu, C.T., Onyire, B.N., & Ezeonu, P.O. (2012). Culture and biomedical care in Africa: the influcence of culture on biomedical care in a traditional African society, Nigeria, West Africa. Nigerian Medical Journal, 21(3), 331-333.   
  • IJsselmuiden, C., Marais, D., Wassenaar, D., & Mokgatla-Moipolai, B. (2012). Mapping African ethical review committee activity onto capacity needs: the MARC initiative and HRWeb's interactive database of RECs in Africa. Developing World Bioethics. doi:10.1111/j.1471-8847.2012.00325.x. [download]
  • Jewkes, R., Sikweyiya, Y., Nduna, M., Shai, N.J., & Dunkle, K. (2012). Motivations for, and perceptions and experiences of participating in, a cluster randomised controlled trial of a HIV-behavioural intervention in rural South Africa. Culture, Health & Sexuality: An International Journal for Research, Intervention and Care. doi:10.1080/13691058.2012.717305. [download]
  • Munung, N. S., Tangwa, G. B., Che, C. P., Vidal, L., & Ouwe-Missi-Oukem-Boyer, O. (2012). Are students kidding with health research ethics? The case of HIV/AIDS research in Cameroon. BMC Medical Ethics, 13(12), 1-7. https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6939-13-12 or [download]    
  • Ndebele, P., & Musesengwa, R. (2012). Ethical dilemmas in malaria vector research in Africa: Making the difficult choice between mosquito, science and humans. Malawi Medical Journal, 24(3), 65-68. [download] 
  • Ndebele, P., Wassenaar, D., Munalula, E., & Masiye, F. (2012). Improving understanding of clinical trial procedures among low literacy populations: an intervention within a microbicide trial in Malawi. BMC Medical Ethics, 13(1), 29. https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6939-13-29 or [download]
  • Okonta, P.I., & Rossouw, T. (2012). Prevalence of scientific misconduct among a group of researchers in Nigeria. Developing World Bioethics. doi:10.1111/j.1471-8847.2012.00339.x, 1-9. [download]
  • Sikweyiya, Y., & Jewkes, R. (2012). Perceptions and experiences of research participants on gender-based violence community based survey: implications for ethical guidelines. PLoS One, 7(4), e35495. [download] 

2013

  • Hyder, A.A., Zafar, W., Ali, J., Ssekugubu, R., Ndebele, P., & Kass, N. (2013). Evaluating institutional capacity for research ethics in Africa: a case study from Botswana. BMC Medical Ethics, 14(31). https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6939-14-31 or [download] 
  • Kamuya, D.M., Marsh, V., Kombe, F.K., Geissler, P.W., & Molyneux, S.C. (2013). Engaging communities to strengthen research ethics in low-income settings: selection and perceptions of members of a network of representatives in Coastal Kenya. Developing World Bioethics, 13(1), 10-20. doi:10.1111/dewb.12014. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dewb.12014/epdf or [download]  
  • London, L., Tangwa, G.B., Matchaba-Hove, R., Mkhize, N., Nwabueze, R., Nyika, A., & Westerholm. P. (2013). Ethical guidelines for occupational health professionals: an Africa Working Group perspective: issues in OH. Occupational Health Southern Africa, 19(5), 5-7. 
  • Marsh, V., Kombe, F., Fitzpatrick, R., Williams, T.N., Parker, M., & Molyneux S. (2013). Consulting communities on feedback of genetic findings in international health research: sharing sickle cell disease and carrier information in coastal Kenya. BMC Medical Ethics, 2013;14:41. doi:10.1186/1472-6939-14-41. http://www.biomedcentral.com/1472-6939/14/41 or [download]  
  • Marsh, V., Mocamah, G., Mabibo, E., Kombe, F., & Williams, T.N. (2013). The "Difficult Patient" conundrum in sickle cell disease in Kenya: Complex sociopolitical problems need wide multidimensional solutions. The American Journal of Bioethics, 13(4), 20-22. http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2013.767960 or [download]  
  • Mduluza, T., Midzi, N., Duruza, D., & Ndebele, P. (2013). Maintaining respect and fairness in the usage of stored shared specimens. BMC Medical Ethics, 14(S1), S7. https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6939-14-S1-S7 or [download] 
  •  Mduluza, T., Midzi, N., Duruza, D., & Ndebele, P. (2013). Study participants incentives, compensation and reimbursement in resource-constrained settings. BMC Medical Ethics, 14(1), S4. https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6939-14-S1-S4 or [download]
  • Ndebele, P. (2013). The Declaration of Helsinki, 50 years later. JAMA, 310(20), 2145-2146.  https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/1760319 or [download]  
  • Ndebele, P., Ruzario, S., & Gutsire-Zinyama, R. (2013). Interpreting and dismissing the relevance of the "wait and wipe" finding from the circumcision studies conducted in Africa. Malawi Medical Journal, 25(4), 113-115. [download]  
  • Ouwe-Missi-Oukem-Boyer, O., Munung, N.S., Ntoumi, F., Nyika, A., Tangwa, G.B. (2013). Capacity building in health research ethics in Central Africa: key players, current situation and recommendations. Bioethica Forum, 6(1), 4-11. [download]
  • Sikweyiya, Y., Jewkes, R., & Dartnall, E. (2013). Men's perspectives on participating in violence against women perpetration research. Agenda, 27(1), 40-48. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/10130950.2013.798960?needAccess=true or [download]  
  • Sikweyiya, Y., & Jewkes, R. (2013). Potential motivations for and perceived risks in research participation: Ethics in health research. Qualitative Health Research, 23(7), 999-1009. https://doi.org/10.1177/1049732313490076 or [download]  
  • Umeora, O.U.J., & Chukwuneke, F.N. (2013). Ethical dilemma and management of infertility in HIV seropositve discordant couples: A case study in Nigeria. Annals of Medical & Health Sciences Research, 3(1), 99-101. doi:10.4103/2141-9248.109460.
  • Umeora, O.U.J., & Okonta, P.I. et al (2013). Is there a place for mandatory HPV vaccination in Nigeria? Public health human rights and ethical considerations. Nigerian Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Resarch, 6(1), 5-11.  
  • Uzoma Manafa, O., Lindegger, G., & IJsselmuiden, C. (2013). Informed consent in a clinical trial: particpants' satisfaction of the consent process and voluntariness of participation. Online Journal of Health Ethics, 3(1) (based on 2006 SARETI work assignment at UKZN). [download]   

2014

  • Boateng, O., Ndebele, P., & Mwesiga-Kayongo, D. (2014). On-going monitoring of research post REC approval. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees (pp. 47-54). African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.
  • Chi, P.C., Horn, L., & Kruger, M. (2014). Risk-benefit assessment. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees (pp. 63-70). African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.
  • Chukwuneke, F.N., Umeora, O.U.J., Maduabuchi, J.U., & Egbunike, N. (2014). Global bioethics and culture in a pluralistic world: How does culture influence bioethics in Africa? Annals of Medicine & Health Sciences Research 2014;4:672-675. [download]  
  • Dal-Re, R., Ndebele, P., Higgs, E., Sewankambo, N., & Wendler, D. (2014). Protections for clinical trials in low and middle income countries need strengthening not weakening. BMJ 2014;340:g4254. https://doi.org/10.1136/bmj.g4254
  • Horn, L., Sleem, H., & Ndebele, P. (2014). Research vulnerability. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees. African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.
  • Ikingura, J., & Kithinji, C. (2014). The REC standard operating procedures in Africa. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees (pp. 29-32). African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.
  • Kithinji, C., & Ikingura, J. (2014). The REC and REC member responsibilities. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees (pp. 21-27). African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.
  • Kombe, F., Anunobi, E.N., Tshifuluga, N.P., Wassenaar, D.R., Njadingwe, D., Mwalukore, S., Chinyama, J., Randrianasolo, B., Akindeh, P., Dlamini, P.S., Ramiandrisoa, F.N., & Ranaivo, N. (2014). Promoting research integrity in Africa: an African voice of concern on research misconduct and the way forward. Developing World Bioethics, 14(3), 158-166. ISSN 1471-8731 (print); 1471-8847 (online). [download]   
  • Kruger, M., & Mokgatla-Moipolai, B. (2014). Children as research subjects. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees (pp. 91-98). African SUN Media, Stellenbosch. 
  • Kruger, M., Ndebele, P., & Horn, L. (Eds.). (2014). Research Ethics in Africa: a resource for research ethics committees. African SUN Media. https://www.sun.ac.za/english/faculty/healthsciences/paediatrics-and-child-health/Documents/9781920689315%20Research%20Ethics.pdf
  • Mita, K., & Ndebele, P. (2014). Payment of research participants. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees (pp. 135-141). African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.
  • Mokgatla-Moipolai, B., IJsselmuiden, C., & Wassenaar, D. (2014). MARC (Mapping African Research Ethics Review Capacity) Project. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees (pp. 11-17). African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.
  • Munalula-Nkandu, E., Ndebele, P., Siziya, S., & Munthali, J.C. (2014). To what did they consent? Understanding consent among low literacy participants in a microbicide feasibility study in Mazabuka, Zambia. Developing World Bioethics, 15(3), 248-256. https://doi.org/10.1111/dewb.12069
  • Mutenherwa, F., & Wassenaar, D. (2014). Ethics review of social and behavioural research in an African context. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees (pp. 117-124). African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.
  • Ndebele, P., Blanchard-Horan, C., Shahkolahi, A., & Sanne, I. (2014). Regulatory challenges associated with conducting multicountry clinical trials in resource-limited settings. Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes. 2014;65:S29.  
  • Ndebele, P., Mwaluko, G., Kruger, M., Ouwe Missi, Oukem-Boyer, O., & Zimba, M. (2014). History of ethics review in Africa. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees (pp. 3-10). African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.
  • Ndebele, P., Wassenaar, D., Benatar, S., Fleischer, T., Kruger, M., Adebamowo, C., ... & Meslin, E.M. (2014). Research ethics capacity building in Sub-Saharan Africa: a review of NIH Fogarty-funded programs 2000-2012. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 9(2), 24-40. https://doi.org/10.1525/jer.2014.9.2.24 or [download]
  • Ndebele, P., Wassenaar, D., Masiye, F., & Munalula-Nkandu, E. (2014). Trial participants' understanding of randomization, double-blinding, and placebo use in low literacy populations: findings from a study conducted within a microbicide trial in Malawi. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 9(3), 2-10. https://doi.org/10.1177/1556264614540592  
  • Njue, M., Kombe, F., Mwalukore, S., Molyneux, S., & Marsh, V. (2014). What are fair study benefits in international health research? Consulting community members in Kenya. PLoS One, 9(12), e113112. [download] 
  • Okonta, P.I. (2014). Ethics of clinical trials in Nigeria. Nigerian Medical Journal, 55(3), 188-194. [download] 
  • Okonta, P.I., Otene, C.I., & Umeora, O.U.J. (2014). Nigerian surgeons' perspectives on information disclosure for informed consent for surgery. Nigerian Research Journal of Clinical Sciences, 4(1), 1-9. [download] 
  • Okonta, P.I., & Rossouw, T. (2014). Misconduct in research: a descriptive survey of attitudes, perceptions and associated factors in a developing country. BMC Medical Ethics, 2014, 15:25. [download]
  • Omondi Aduda, D.S., & Mkhize, N.J. (2014). Ethical issues evolving from patients' perspectives on compulsory screening for syphilis and voluntary screening for cervical cancer in Kenya. BMC Medical Ethics, 15(1), 27. https://doi.org/10.1186/1472-6939-15-27 or [download]  
  • Onoh, R.C., Umeora, O.U.J., Ezeonu, P.O., Agwu, U.M., Lawani, L.O., & Ezeonu, C.T. (2014). Perception of assent in biomedical research among medical specialists and trainees in Abakaliki, Nigeria. Adolescent Health, Medicine and Therapeutics, 5, 183-189. [download]  
  • Simwinga, M., & Kabero, C. (2014). Community engagement. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees (pp. 143-151). African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.
  • Umeora, O.U.J., Umeora, M.C., Emma-Echiegu, N.B., & Chukwuneke, F.N. (2014). Surrogacy in Nigeria: Legal, ethical, socio cultural, psychological and religious musings. African Journal of Medical and Health Sciences, 2014: 13:105-109. [download]
  • Wasunna, C., Tegli, J., & Ndebele, P. (2014). Informed consent in an African context. In M. Kruger, P. Ndebele, & L. Horn (Eds.), Research Ethics in Africa: A resource for research ethics committees. African SUN Media, Stellenbosch.   

2015

  • Adewale, B., Schoeman, L., & Rossouw, T. (2015). Knowledge and perceptions of research participants in Nigeria about clinical trials. Indican Journal of Medical Ethics, 12(4), 196-198. [download]
  • Chukwuneke, F.N. (2015). Ethics of palliative care in late-stage cancer management and end-of-life issues in a depressed economy. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice. 2015; 18:S15-S19. doi:10.4103/1119-3077.170824. http://www.njcponline.com/text.asp?2015/18/7/15/170824 or [download]
  • Dawson, L., Garner, S., Anude, C., Ndebele, P., Karuna, S., Holt, R., ... & NIAID HIV Vaccine Trials Network. (2015). Testing the waters: ethical considerations for including PrEP in a phase IIb HIV vaccine efficacy trial. Clinical Trials, 12(4), 394-402. https://doi.org/10.1177/1740774515579165  
  • Folayan, M., Oyedeji, K.S., & Fatusi, O.A. (2015). Community members' engagement with and involvement in genomic research: Lessons to learn from the field. Developing World Bioethics, 15: 1-7. doi:10.1111/dewb.12020. [download]
  • Kombe, F. (2015). Enhancing quality and integrity in biomedical research in Africa: An international call for greater focus, investment and standardisation in capacity strengthening for frontline staff. BMC Medical Ethics, 12/2015; 16(1). doi:10.1186/s12910-015-0071-3. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4643532/pdf/12910_2015_Article_71.pdf or [download]    
  • Jao, I., Kombe, F., Mwalukore, S., Bull, S., Parker, M., Kamuya, D., Molyneux, S., & Marsh, V. (2015). Research stakeholders' views on benefits and challenges for public health research data sharing in Kenya: The importance of trust and social relations. PLos One, 09/2015; 10(9):e0135545. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0135545. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4557837/pdf/pone.0135545.pdf or [download] 
  • Jao, I., Kombe, F., Mwalukore, S., Bull, S., Parker, M., Kamuya, D., Molyneux, S., & Marsh, V. (2015). Involving research stakeholders in developing policy on sharing public health research data in Kenya: Views on fair process for informed consent, access oversight, and community engagement. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 07/2015; 10(3):264-77. doi:10.1177/1556264615592385. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4548475/pdf/10.1177_155626415592385.pdf or [download]      
  • Ndebele, P. (2015). The goal of ethics education in institutions of higher learning: The case of the University of Botswana. In Bioethics Education in a Global Perspective (pp. 95-107). Springer, Dordrecht. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-9232-5_8 
  • Njue, M., Molyneux, S., Kombe, F., Mwalukore, S., Kamuya, D., & Marsh, V. (2015). Benefits in cash or in kind? A community consultation on types of benefits in health research on the Kenyan coast. PLos One, 05/2015; 10(5):e0127842. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0127842. http://journals.plos.org/plosone/article/file?id=10.1371/journal.pone.0127842&type=printable or [download]
  • Ochieng, J., Buwembo, W., Munabi, I., Ibingira, C., Kiryowa, H., Nzarubara, G., & Mwaka, E. (2015). Informed consent in clinical practice: patients' experiences and perspectives following surgery. BMC Research Notes, 8(1), 765. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13104-015-1754-z or [download]   
  • Okonta, P.I. (2015). Obstetrics and gynaecology students' knowledge of the informed consent process and its practice in their training institutions. Nigerian Journal of Clinical Practice, 18(4), 445-452. [download]

2016

  •  Anane-Sarpong, E., Wangmo, T., Sankoh, O., Tanner, M., & Elger, B. (2016). Application of ethical principles to research using public health data in the global south: Perspectives from Africa. Developing World Bioethics. doi:10.1111/dewb.12138. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dewb.12138/epdf or [download]   
  • Campbell, C., Andersen, L., Mutsikiwa, A., Madanhire, C., Nyamukapa, C., & Gregson, S. (2016). Can schools support HIV/AIDS-affected children? Exploring the 'ethic of care' amongst rural Zimbabwean teachers. PLos One, 11(1). https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4720431/ or [download]     
  • Kasule, M., Wassenaar, D.R., IJsselmuiden, D., & Moipolai, B., (2016). Improving quality and efficiency of research ethics committees to enhance public health practice in Africa. In D.H. Barrett, L. Ortmann, A. Dawson, C. Saenz, A. Reis & G. Bolan (Eds.) Chapter in Public Health Ethics: Cases Spanning the Globe, pp. 310-314. New York: Springer.   
  • Kasule, M., Wassenaar, D.R., IJsselmuiden, C., & Mokgatla, B. (2016). Silent voices: Current and future roles of African research ethics committee administrators. IRB Ethics & Human Research, 38(1), 13-19. http://www.cohred.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/09/Silent-Voices-Current-and-Future-Roles-of-African-Research.pdf or [download]     
  • Kombe, F., Folayan, M.O., Ambe, J., Igonoh, A., & Abayomi, A. (2016). Taking the bull by the horns: Ethical considerations in the design and implementation of an Ebola virus therapy trial. Social Science and Medicine, 148, 163-170. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2015.11.017 or [download]      
  • Mokgatla, B., Bahati, P., & IJsselmuiden, C. (2016). Improving the efficiency of African research ethics committees and standardising ethics review processes - through an automated review platform. AIDS Research and Human Retroviruses, 32, 73-73. http://gh.bmj.com/content/bmjgh/2/Suppl_2/A6.2.full.pdf or [download]   
  • Munabi, I.G., Buwembo, W., Joseph, R., Peter, K., Bajunirwe, F., & Mwaka, E.S. (2016). Students' perspectives of undergraduate research methods education at three public medical schools in Uganda. The Pan African Medical Journal, 24, 74. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5012756/ or [download]     
  • Mwaka, E.S. (2016). Ethical issues in translational research: From the bench to theatre. The Annals of African Surgery, 13(2), 42-44. doi:http://dx.doi.org/10.4314/aas.v13i2.1. https://www.ajol.info/index.php/aas/article/view/148880/138382 or [download]  
  • Ndebele, P., & Hyder, A.A. (2016). Ethical issues in health systems research in low and middle-income countries. Developing World Bioethics, 16(3), 122-123. https://doi.org/10.1111/dewb.12126
  • Ralefala, D., Ali, J., Kass, N., & Hyder, A. (2016). A case study of researchers' knowledge and opinion about the ethical review process for research in Botswana. Research Ethics, Nov 3, 2016. https://doi.org/10.1177/1747016116677250 or [download]   
  • Slack, C., Thabete, S., Lindegger, G., Matandika, L., Newman, P., Kerr, P., Wassenaar, D., Roux, S., & Bekker, L-G. (2016). "... I've gone through this my own self, so I practice what I preach" ...: Strategies to enhance understanding and other valued outcomes in HIV vaccine trials in South Africa. Journal of Empirical Research in Human Research Ethics, 11(4), 322-333.

2017

  • Anane-Sarpong, E., Wangmo, T., Ward, C.L., Sankoh, O., Tanner, M., & Elger, B.S. (2018). "You cannot collect data using your own resources and put it on open access": Perspectives from African about public health data-sharing. Developing World Bioethics, 18(4), 394-405. https://doi.org/10.1111/dewb.12159 or [download]     
  • Andanda, P., & Wathuta, J. (2017). Human dignity as a basis for providing post-trial access to healthcare for research participants: a South African perspective. Medicine, Health Care and Philosophy, 1-17. doi:10.1007/s11019-017-9782-1.  
  • Haghbin, N., Ruzario, S., Ndebele, P., & Voo, T.C. (2017).  Land-locked developing countries and their infrastructural challenges in contributing to global ethics: A Zimbabwe case study. The American Journal of Bioethics, 17(10), 21-24. https://doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2017.1365192  
  • Kanengoni, M., Ruzario, S., Ndebele, P., Shana, M., Tarumbiswa, F., Musesengwa, R., & Gutsire, R. (2017). Ethical considerations in the handling of a complaint report against a study team: Case of a clinical trial (earnest) participant. BMJ Global Health, 2(S2), A44-A44. https://gh.bmj.com/content/2/Suppl_2/A44.2  
  • Kombe, F., Toohey, J., & IJsselmuiden, C. (2017). Research ethics capacity building for the next decade - 'beyond training' - RHInnO Ethics as model to improve and accelerate ethics review of health research. BMJ Global Health, 2(Suppl 2), A55-A55. http://gh.bmj.com/content/bmjgh/2/Suppl_2/A55.2.full.pdf or [download]  
  • Lutge, E., Slack, C.M., & Wassenaar, D.R. (2017). Defining and negotiating the social value of research in public health facilities: Perceptions of stakeholders in a research active province of South Africa. Bioethics, 13(2), 128-135. doi:10.1111/bioe.12323. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/bioe.12323/epdf or [download]   
  • Mokgatla, B., Bahati, P., & IJsselmuiden, C. (2017). Enhancing the efficiency and quality of African research ethics review processes - through an automated review platform. Journal of AIDS and Clinical Research, 8(2). [download]   
  • Mokgatla, B., Bahati, P., & IJsselmuiden, C. (2017). Improving efficiency of African research ethics committees and standardising ethics review processes through an automated review platform. BMJ Global Health, 2(Suppl 2), A6-A6. http://gh.bmj.com/content/bmjgh/2/Suppl_2/A6.2.full.pdf or [download]   
  • Mokgatla, B., IJsselmuiden, C., Wassenaar, D.R., & Kasule, M. (2017). Mapping of research ethics committees in Africa: Evidence of the growth of ethics review of health research in Africa. Developing World Bioethics, 1-8. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dewb.12146/pdf or [download]   
  • Mrisho, M.M. (2017). Improving maternal health in Sub-Saharan Africa. LAP Lambert Academic Publishing. https://www.morebooks.de/store/gb/book/improving-maternal-and-newborn-health-in-sub-saharan-africa/isbn/978-3-330-31857-1
  • Mwaka, E.S. (2017). Responsible conduct of research: enhancing local opportunities. African Health Sciences, 17(2), 584-590. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5637046/pdf/AFHS1702-0584.pdf or [download]  
  • Ndebele, P. (2017). Standards of care in global health: Identifying the right question. Hastings Center Report, 47(5), 28-29. https://doi.org/10.1002/hast.767  
  • Sikweyiya, Y., Nduna, M., Shai, N., & Jewkes, R. (2017). Motivations for participating in a non-interventional gender-based violence survey in a low-income setting in South Africa. BMC Public Health, 17:605. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC5492904/pdf/12889_2017_Article_4525.pdf or [download]   
  • Sullivan, K.A., Jaffe, E.F., Mtande, T., Hoffman, I.F., Zimba, C.C., Rosenberg, N.E., Gilbert, S.Z., Faden, R.R., & Lyerly, A.D. (2017). Malawian women's experiences of rules regarding participation in HIV prevention and treatment clinical trials during pregnancy (Abstract). American Journal of Obstetrics and Gynecology, 217(6), 734-735. https://www.ajog.org/article/S0002-9378(17)31011-6/pdf or [download]
  • Ward, C.L., Shaw, D., Anane-Sarpong, E., Sankoh, O., Tanner, M., & Elger, B. (2017). Defining health research for development: The perspective of stakeholders from an international health research partnership in Ghana and Tanzania. Developing World Bioethics, 2017;00:1-10. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/dewb.12144/epdf or [download]  

2018

  • Anane-Sarpong, E., Wangmo, T., Sankoh, O., Tanner, M., & Elger, B.S. (2018). Application of ethical principles for research using public health data in the global south: Perspectives from Africa. Developing World Bioethics, 18(2), 98-108. https://doi.org/10.1111/dewb.12138 or [download]   
  • Bamgbopa, K.T., Okonta, P.I., Ajayi, R., Ogbeche, R., Igbokwe, C., & Onwuzurigbo, K. (2018). Public perceptions on ethics in the practice of assisted reproductive technologies in Nigeria. Global Reproductive Health, 3(3), e13. [download] 
  • Ben-Jacob, M.G., Jones, N.L., Brock, R.W., Moore, K.H., Ndebele, P., & Thabane, L. (2018). Putting a positive spin on ethics teaching. International Journal of Ethics Education, 3(2), 125-133. https://doi.org/10.1007%2Fs40889-018-0060-8 or [download]   
  • Mokgatla, B., IJsselmuiden, C., Wassenaar, D., & Kasule, M. (2018). Mapping research ethics committees in Africa: Evidence of the growth of ethics review of health research in Africa. Developing World Bioethics, 18(4), 341-348.  https://doi.org/10.1111/dewb.12146       
  • Mutenherwa, F., Wassenaar, D.R., & de Oliveira, T. (2018). Ethical issues associated with HIV phylogenetics in HIV transmission dynamics research: A review of the literature using the Emanuel framework. Developing World Bioethics, 2018, 1-11. https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/epdf/10.1111/dewb.12191 or [download]  
  • Mutenherwa, F., Wassenaar, D.R., & de Oliveira, T. (2018). Experts' perspectives on key ethical issues associated with HIV phylogenetics as applied in HIV transmission dynamics research. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics. https://doi.org/10.1177/1556264618809608
  • Nyirenda, D., Gooding, K., Sambakunsi, R., Seyama, L., Mfutso-Bengo, J., Taylor, L.M., ... Matandika, L., ... & Parker, M. (2018). Strengthening ethical community engagement in contemporary Malawi [version1; referees: 1 approved]. Wellcome Open Research, 3:115. https://doi.org/10.12688/wellcomeopenres.14793.1
  • Ochieng, J., Mwaka, E., Kwagala, B., & Sewankambo. N. (2018). Evolution of research ethics in a low resource setting: The case of Uganda. Developing World Bioethics. https://doi.org/10.1111/dewb.12198 or [download] 
  • Okonta, P.I., Ajayi, R., Bamgbopa, K., Ogbeche, R., Okeke, C.C., & Onwuzurigbo, K. (2018). Ethical issues in the practice of assisted reproductive technologies in Nigeria: Empirical data from fertility practitioners. African Journal of Reproductive Health, 22(3), 51-58. https://www.ajol.info/index.php/ajrh/article/view/178893 or [download]    
  • Ralefala, D., Ali, J., Kass, N., & Hyder, A. (2018). A case study of researchers' knowledge and opinions about the ethical review process for research in Botswana. Research Ethics, 14(1), 1-14. https://doi.org/10.1177/1747016116677250 or [download]
  • Serwadda, D., Ndebele, P., Grabowski, M.K., Bajunirwe, F., & Wanyenze, R.K. (2018). Open data sharing and the global south - who benefits? Science, 359(6376), 642-643. doi:10.1126/science.aap8395. http://science.sciencemag.org/content/359/6376/642.summary or [download] 
  • Slack, C., Wilkinson, A., Salzwedel, J., & Ndebele, P. (2018). Strengthening stakeholder engagement through ethics review in biomedical HIV prevention trials: opportunities and complexities. Journal of the International AIDS Society, 21(S7), 19-25. https://doi.org/10.1002/jia2.25172 
  • Sullivan, K.A., Little, M., Rosenberg, N.E., Mtande, T., Zimba, C., Jaffe, E., ... & Lyerly, A.D. (2018). Women's views about a paternal consent requirement for biomedical research in pregnancy. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 13(4), 349-362. https://doi.org/10.1177/1556264618783834
  • Wangmo, T., Hauri, S., Gennet, E., Anane-Sarpong, E., Provoost, V., & Elger, B.S. (2018). An update on the 'empirical turn' in bioethics: analysis of empirical research in nine bioethics journals. BMC Medical Ethics, BMC open series, 19:6. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12910-018-0246-9 or [download] 
  • Ward, C.L., Shaw, D., Anane-Sarpong, E., Sankoh, O., Tanner, M., & Elger, B. (2018). Defining health research for development: The perspective of stakeholders from an international health research partnership in Ghana and Tanzania. Developing World Bioethics, 18(4), 331-340. https://doi.org/10.1111/dewb.12144 
  • Ward, C.L., Shaw, D., Anane-Sarpong, E., Sankoh, O., Tanner, M., & Elger, B. (2018). The ethics of health care delivery in a pediatric malaria vaccine trial: The perspectives of stakeholders from Ghana and Tanzania. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 13(1), 26-41. https://doi.org/10.1177/1556264617742236
  • Ward C.L., Shaw, D., Anane-Sarpong, E., Sankoh, O., Tanner, M., & Elger, B. (2018). The ethics of end-of-trial obligations in a pediatric malaria vaccine trial: The perspectives of stakeholders from Ghana and Tanzania. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 13(3), 258-269. https://doi.org/10.1177/1556264618771809

2019

  • Ambe, J.R., & Kombe, F.K. (2019). Context and ethical challenges during the Ebola outbreak in West Africa. In Socio-cultural dimensions of emerging infectious diseases in Africa: An indigenous response to deadly epidemics (pp. 191-202). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-17474-3_14  
  • Anane-Sarpong, E., Wangmo, T., & Tanner, M. (2019). Ethical principles for promoting health research data sharing with sub-Saharan Africa. Developing World Bioethicshttps://doi.org/10.1111/dewb.12233  
  • Hyder, A.A., & Ndebele, P. (2019). Bold societal responses are needed in tackling serious ethical violations in medicine. American Journal of Bioethics, 19(1), 44-46.
  •  Kibiki, G.S., Twungubumwe, N., Kombe, F., IJsselmuiden, C., Bahati, P.N., Kamali, A., & Ngirabega, J.D.D. (2019). OC 9474 Assessment of ethics review frameworks for health research in East Africa for purposes of harmonisation. BMJ Global Health, 4(3). https://gh.bmj.com/content/4/Suppl_3/A8.3.abstract or [download]     
  • Kombe, F.K., Ambe, J., & Ndow, G. (2019). Scientific response to deadly novel epidemics: The role of health research ethics. In Socio-cultural dimensions of emerging infectious diseases in Africa: An indigenous response to deadly epidemics (pp. 215-228). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-17474-3_16 or [download]     
  • Kombe, F.K., Ambe, J., Ndow, G., & Bonarwolo, K. (2019). Scientific response to deadly novel epidemics: The role of good clinical practice. In Socio-cultural dimensions of emerging infectious diseases in Africa: An indigenous respose to deadly epidemics (pp. 203-213). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-17474-3_15 or  [download]  
  • Kombe, F., Haskins, M., Salim, A.M., Ayebazibwe, F., & IJsselmuiden, C. (2019). PO 8720 Impact of expanded use of an online ethics review system in Africa: a partnership between IAVI, COHRED, and EDCTP with national regulatory agencies. BMJ Global Health, 4(3). https://gh.bmj.com/content/4/Suppl_3/A63.2.abstract or [download]  
  • Kombe, FK., Marsh, V., Molyneux, S., Kamuya, D.M., Ikamba, D., & Kinyanjui, S.M. (2019). Enhancing fieldworkers' performance management support in health research: an exploratory study on the views of field managers and fieldworkers from major research centres in Africa. BMJ Open, 9(12), 1-14. [download]
  • Lhomme, E., Modet, C., Augier, A., Faye, S., Dabakuyo-Yonli, T. S., Levy-Marchal, C., ... & Richert, L. and the PREVAC Study Team (includes Franklin, K.). (2019). Enrolling study personnel in Ebola vaccine trials: from guidelines to practice in a non-epidemic context. Trials, 20(1), 422, 1–6. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-019-3487-0 or [download]   
  • Matimba, A., Chimatira, A., Kuguyo, O., January, J., Mupambireyi, Z., Marimbe-Dube, B., ... & Ndebele, P. (2019). Understanding Ethical, Legal and Societal Issues (ELSIs) in human biobanking and genomics for research and healthcare in Zimbabwe: The Genomics Inheritance Law Ethics and Society (GILES) initiative. AAS Open Research, 2(1), 1. [download]   
  • Mtande, T.S., Weijer, C., Hosseinipour, M.C., Taljaard, M., Matoga, M., Goldstein, C.E., Nyambalo, B., & Rosenberg, N.E. (2019). Ethical issues raised by cluster randomised trials conducted in low-resource settings: identifying gaps in the Ottawa Statement through an analysis of the PURE Malawi trial. Journal of Medical Ethics, 45(6), 388-393. https://jme.bmj.com/content/early/2019/06/12/medethics-2019-105374.citation-tools or [download]
  • Mutenherwa, F., Wassenaar, D.R., & de Oliveira, T. (2019). Ethical issues associated with HIV molecular epidemiology: a qualitative exploratory study using inductive analytic approaches. BMC Medical Ethics, 20, 67. https://doi.org/10.1186/s12910-019-0403-9 or [download]   
  • Mutenherwa, F., Wassenaar, D.R., & de Oliveira, T. (2019). Ethical issues associated with HIV phylogenetics in HIV transmission dynamics research: A review of the literature using the Emanuel Framework. Developing World Bioethics, 19(1), 23-35. https://doi.org/10.1111/dewb.12191   
  • Mutenherwa, F., Wassenaar, D.R., & de Oliveira, T. (2019). Experts' perspectives on key ethical issues associated with HIV phylogenetics as applied in HIV transmission dynamics research. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 14(1), 61-77. https://doi.org/10.1177/1556264618809608 
  • Mwaka, E., & Horn, L. (2019). Researchers' perspectives on informed consent and ethical review of biobank research in South Africa: A cross-sectional study. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 14(4), 307-317. https://doi.org/10.1177/1556264619866991 
  • Nakada, H., Hasthorpe, S., IJsselmuiden, C., Kombe, F., Ba, M., Matei, M., ... Tashiro, S. (2019). Recommendations for promoting international multi-site clinical trials - from a viewpoint of ethics review. Developing World Bioethics, 19(4), 192-195. https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC7078944/ or [download] 
  • Ndebele, P., & Hyder, A.A. (2019). Bold societal responses are needed in tackling serious ethical violations in medicine. The American Journal of Bioethics, 19(1), 44-46. https://doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2018.1544313  
  • Ngongo, P.B., Kombe, F., Kamali, A., & IJsselmuiden, C. (2019). PO 8254 Lessons learnt from scaling up an online system for review and management of protocols in Sub-Saharan Africa. BMJ Global Health, 4(3). https://gh.bmj.com/content/4/Suppl_3/A24.1.abstract or [download]  
  • Sullivan, K.A., Little, M.O., Rosenberg, N.E., Zimba, C., Jaffe, E., Gilbert, S., ... Mtande T., ... & Gross, M.S. (2019). Women's views about contraception requirements for biomedical research participation. PLos One, 14(5). https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0216332 or [download] 
  • Van Zyl, C., Kombe, F., Okonta, P., & Rossouw, T. (2019). Promoting research integrity and avoiding misconduct - Perspectives on and from Africa. In Social Science Research Ethics in Africa (pp. 143-163). Springer, Cham. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-15402-8_11  

2020

2021

  • Badio, M., Lhomme, E., Kieh, M., Beavogui, A. H., Kennedy, S. B., Doumbia, S., ... & Yazdanpanah, Y.  and the PREVAC Study Team (includes Franklin, K.). (2021). Partnership for Research on Ebola VACcination (PREVAC): protocol of a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled phase 2 clinical trial evaluating three vaccine strategies against Ebola in healthy volunteers in four West African countries. Trials, 22(86), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.1186/s13063-021-05035-9  or [download]        
  • Chi, P. C., Owino, E., Jao, I., Marsh, V., & Kamuya, D. (2021). Considering the importance of context for ethical practice on reimbursement, compensation and incentives for volunteers in human infection controlled studies. The American Journal of Bioethics, 21(3), 40-42.  https://doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2020.1870771
  • Chi, P. C., Owino, E. A., Jao, I., Olewe, F., Ogutu, B., Bejon, P., ... & CHMI-SIKA Study Team. (2021). Understanding the benefits and burdens associated with a Malaria Human Infection Study in Kenya: Experiences of study volunteers and other stakeholders. Research Squarehttps://assets.researchsquare.com/files/rs-143195/v1_stamped.pdf or [download]    
  • Mwaka, E. S., Sebatta, D. E., Ochieng, J., Munabi, I. G., Bagenda, G., Ainembabazi, D., & Kaawa-Mafigiri, D. (2021). Researchers’ perspectives on return of individual genetics results to research participants: a qualitative study. Global Bioethics, 32(1), 15-33. https://doi.org/10.1080/11287462.2021.1896453 or [download]        
  • Munung, N. S., Chi, P. C., Abayomi, A., Afolabi, M. O., Ambe, J., Bonarwolo, K., ... & Tangwa, G. B. (2021). Perspectives of different stakeholders on data use and management in public health emergencies in sub-Saharan Africa: a meeting report. Wellcome Open Research, 6, 11-11. https://doi.org/10.12688/wellcomeopenres.16494.1 or [download] 
  • Ndebele, P., & Hyder, A. A. (2021). Promoting ethical payments in human challenge studies conducted in LMICs: Are we asking the right questions?. The American Journal of Bioethics, 21(3), 51-53. https://doi.org/10.1080/15265161.2020.1870761 or [download]        


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