Ethics & Equity: Implications for Health Systems Research Priority-Setting
Grant number: DE170100414 | Funding period: 2017 - 2021
The project aims to develop ethical guidance on engaging research users and beneficiaries in health systems research priority-setting. As a matter of justice, research on health systems should generate knowledge that improves access and affordability of care for disadvantaged groups, but research questions often fail to reflect the major health system issues these groups face and findings are often not used in policy and practice. The project will develop ethical guidance on how research users and beneficiaries should be engaged in health systems research priority-setting and benchmarks for achieving such engagement. Ethical guidance is expected to facilitate a rise in research that improves..View full description
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What should community organisations consider when deciding to partner with researchers? A critical reflection on the Zilla Budakattu Girijana Abhivrudhhi Sangha experience in Karnataka, India
Bridget Pratt, Tanya Seshadri, Prashanth N Srinivas
Background Community organisations and community members are increasingly being involved in health research projects worldwide as ..
Justice: a key consideration in health policy and systems research ethics
Bridget Pratt, Verina Wild, Edwine Barasa, Dorcas Kamuya, Lucy Gilson, Tereza Hendl, Sassy Molyneux
Health policy and systems research (HPSR) is increasingly being funded and conducted worldwide. There are currently no specific gu..