Very little is known about possible clinical sequelae that may persist after resolution of the acute Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19). A recent longitudinal cohort from Italy including 143 patients recovered ...
Course: Healthcare in phonoaudiology
It focuses on phonoaudiology professionals interested in dysphagia, aiming to promote assistance, encouraging the use of human milk for newborns and infants with complex health conditions. Available in Portuguese, English, and Spanish. Enroll online until September 30th.Learn more
Professional Development Scheme
A scheme specifically designed for anyone working in Global Health Research. Watch this short video!Learn more
New grant program
Burdett Trust Announcing the Covid-19: supporting resilience in the Nursing workforce grant programLearn more
Executive Board at the WHO designates 2020 as the “Year of the Nurse and Midwife”
The International Council of Nurses (ICN) and the Nursing Now campaign are delighted to support the endorsement by the World Health Organization Executive Board (WHO EB) to designate 2020 as the Year of the Nurse and Midwife.Learn more
Upcoming Open Workshops
Webinar: Engagement at a distance - Sharing lessons from experience Join this interactive Mesh learning webinar to explore the possibilities for community engagement with health research when we cannot meet in person. What does it take to develop meaningful and ...Learn more
Choose from our selection of E-learning courses relating to nursing and midwifery research including the basics of clinical researchLearn more
The authors aimed to assess the number of institutional births, their outcomes (institutional stillbirth and neonatal mortality rate), and quality of intrapartum care before and during the national COVID-19 lockdown in ...
The objective of this study was to describe clinical characteristics of pregnant and postpartum women with severe COVID-19 in Brazil and to examine risk factors for mortality. The authors identified 124 ...
COVID-19 Webinar: How are Nurses in Africa Facing the Challenge? 11/05/2020
This workshop was organized by The Global Health Network in partnership with Global Research Nurses. This aimed establish an open community of practice of Nurses across Africa to support the implementation of research within COVID-19, bringing together regional experts in the field, with input from Nigeria, South Africa, and Zambia.
A WORKSHOP REPORT IS AVAILABLE HERE.
Nurses have something important to contribute no matter the specifics of their nursing role on a research team. The question however, is often posed on the 'how to' get their ...
Clinical research nurses are busy people! The Global Health Network Training Centre is therefore designed to offer snappy, practical 'how to' training courses that can be completed within 60-90 minutes, ...
Sr Cordelia Leisegang and Sr Brenda Wright from the University of Cape Town's Collaborating Centre for Optimising Antimalarial Therapy (CCOAT) were involved in developing (and starring in!) a video to ...
Read the report by the African Academy of Sciences, UK Collaborative on Development Research and The Global Health Network Read more
The National Nurses Association of Kenya (NNAK) is a professional umbrella embracing all Nurses in Kenya who are in practice settings, in the education field and in Research institutions. The Global Research Nurses a network and knowledge hub developed by ... Read more
The Global Health Network is hosting regular online interactive workshops to facilitate learning and discussion around the important research questions that are arising during the COVID-19 pandemic.
In each of these open workshops, we will bring together an expert panel of researchers from around the globe to share their research efforts towards tackling the pandemic, and to discuss the research priorities that future COVID-19 trials and studies will need to address. We are hosting workshops in multiple languages and have so far supported sessions led in English, Portuguese, Spanish and French.
This page lists all upcoming workshops, how to register and recordings of previous workshops.Go to page
Our eLearning courses are designed to cover every step, process, and issue that needs to be understood in order to conduct high-quality research. Every course is written to be globally applicable, for all diseases and all regions. Each course is carefully researched to provide high-quality material that is peer reviewed and regularly updated. A certificate is issued once a minimum of 80% is achieved in the course quizzes.
Introduction to Clinical Research is a peer reviewed and certified short course covering the basic concepts of clinical research. The course provides an introductory overview aimed at everyone involved in clinical research and focuses on the main areas of why and how clinical research is carried out, the importance of ethics in research, and an outline of the five main clinical study designs.