Student Theses

Fogarty International Center
National Institutes of Health
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STUDENT THESES

  

Name     Country of Origin     Year of SARETI Training     Degree Type     Thesis Title                      Year of Graduation    
Mrs Joyce Ikingura Tanzania 2003 MPH    Survey on the needs of NIMR IRCs in Tanzania 2004
Juriste Awa Keita Mali 2004 MPhil Ethical review capacity building in Mali over the last 5 years 2005
Dr Ogenna Manafa  Nigeria 2004 MPH Comprehension, practical experiences, and implications of subject education and informed consent  2005
Mrs Rosemary Musesengwa Zimbabwe 2004 MPH Attitudes of researchers in Zimbabwe to post-trial benefits 2005
 Dr Aceme Nyika Zimbabwe 2004 MPH Informed consent: impact of relationships on the autonomy of urban and rural women (Harare and Domboshava) in Zimbabwe 2005
Ms Janelisa Musaya Malawi 2005 MPhil Review of the ethics of media reporting of clinical or medical research 2006
Ms Evelyn Anane-Sarpong  Ghana 2007 MPH The ethics of qualitative health research in Ghana: a case study of Ghana 2008
Dr Kolawole Oyedeji  Nigeria  2007 MSocSci The ethics review of the health research ethics committee in the South Western geopolitical zone of Nigeria 2012
Dr Asungushe Kayombo Tanzania 2007 MPH Participants' perceptions on information provided in HIV vaccine trials in Tanzania 2012
Mr Dickens Aduda Omondi  Kenya 2007 MSocSci Ethics involved in screening procedures 2012
Ms Nancy Soko  Zambia 2008 MSocSci Legal, policy and institutional frameworks influencing effectiveness of research ethics committees in Zambia 2011
Dr Lumuli Mbonile  Tanzania 2008 MPH Understanding the level of knowledge on research ethics when participating in research 2013
Dr Felix Chukwuneke  Nigeria 2008 MPH Attitude, knowledge and compliance with ethical guidelines in clinical research among medical researchers in Nigeria 2011
 Mrs Boitumelo Mokgatla-Moipolai Botswana 2008 MSocSci Enrolling children in medical trials: Botswana perspective 2013
Dr Odidika Umeora  Nigeria 2009 MPH Organisational structure, operations and training needs of research ethics committees in Southeast Nigeria 2011
Ms Sithembile Ruzariro  Zimbabwe 2009 MSocSci Exploring research participants' perceptions and comprehension of the informed consent process in a pre-exposure HIV prevention study in Zimbabwe: a case study 2013
Mr Primus Chi Cameroon 2009 MPH  Profile of research ethics committees (RECs) in Cameroon 2011
Dr Babatunde Adewale  Nigeria 2009 MSocSci Assessing research participants' understanding and voluntariness of informed consent in a clinical trial in Nigeria 2012
Dr Patrick Okonta  Nigeria 2010 MPH Perception of research misconduct among obstetricians and gynaecologists in Nigeria 2011
Mr Farirai Mutenherwa  Zimbabwe 2010 MSocSci A case study to assess participants' perceptions on voluntariness and motivations for participatings in a clinical trial in Zimbabwe 2013
Mr Abdallah Chilungo
Malawi
2013 MSocSci  Evaluation of ethical concerns of the National Health Science Research Ethics Committee in Malawi using the Emanuel benchmarks
 Pending
Ms Hannah Frimpong
Ghana
2013
MSocSci
A study of the ethical concerns of Ghanaian research ethics committees using the benchmarks proposed by Emanuel et al 2004
2017
Mr Claudius Madanhire
Zimbabwe
2013
MSocSci
An evaluation of the ethical concerns of a Zimbabwean research ethics committee using the benchmarks proposed by Emanuel et al 2004
Pending
Ms Pamela Selormey
Ghana
2013
MSocSci
An evaluation of ethical concerns of a Ghanain research ethics committee using the principles and benchmarks of Emanuel et al 2004
2016
Ms Florence Mutevedzi
Zimbabwe
2014
MSocSci
Comparison of research ethics committees' (RECs') review in protocols reviewed by multiple ethics review committees
2017
Dr Erisa Mwaka
Uganda
2014
MSocSci
Stakeholder perspectives on informed consent and ethics review of research involving human specimen resource repositories (biobanks) in South Africa
2017
Ms Dimpho Ralefala
Botswana
2014
MSocSci
Compliance of paediatric research with the South African National Health Act No. 61 of 2003
Pending
Ms Irene Tsey
Ghana
2014
MSocSci
Child research compliance with Section 71, South African National Health Act No. 61 of 2003
Pending
Mr Claude Kirimuhuzya
Uganda
2015
MSocSci
An evaluation of the ethical concerns of research ethics committees in Uganda, using the principles and benchmarks proposed by Emanuel et al (2004)
Pending
Ms Limbanazo Mindiera-Matandika
Malawi
2015  MSocSci
Exploring communication strategies to enhance the consent process
2017
Ms Tiwonge Mtande
Malawi
2015   MSocSci
An evaluation of the ethical concerns of research ethics committees in Malawi, using the principles and benchmarks proposed by Emanuel et al (2004)  Pending
Mr Justice Abinyui Muh
Cameroon
2015
MSocSci
An evaluation of the ethical concerns of research ethics committees in Cameroon, using the principles and benchmarks proposed by Emanuel et al (2004)  Pending
Mr Hilton Nchotou Ndimuangu
Cameroon
2015
MSocSci
Systematic review of African bioethics framework: Conception of person-hood and its influence in improving the process of informed consent
Pending
Mr Francis Kombe
Kenya
2016
MSocSci
How do Kenyan research fieldworkers conceptualize the consent process? Implications for training in health research ethics
Pending
Dr Mwifadhi Mgallah Mrisho
Tanzania
2016
MSocSci
Understanding constraints and enablers of turnaround time for ethics review: The case of institutional review boards in Tanzania
Pending
 

 


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