Ralueke Ekezie is an innovative research nurse in Nigeria, and a long-standing member of Global Health Trials and Global Research Nurses. He has organised many events to support research nurses ...
GLOBAL ACTION PLAN ON PHYSICAL ACTIVITY 2018-2030: More ACTIVE people for a HEALTHIER World. Let's be ACTIVE - Everyone, Everywhere, Everyday. The new WHO global action plan to promote physical activity responds to the requests by countries for updated guidance, ...Learn more
Nursing Now featured prominently during the Global Forum for Government Chief Nursing and Midwifery Offices and Triad meeting, co-hosted by the World Health Organization (WHO), International Council of Nurses (ICN) and International Confederation of Midwives (ICM). “Business as usual is ...Learn more
Global Competency Framework for Clinical Research: The TDR Global Competency Framework for Clinical Research is a flexible framework which lists all the competencies that should be demonstrated by a research team to carry out a successful clinical study. The framework ...Learn more
GRN supports, and work with, researchers in low and middle income countries to partner with established research groups with the aim to develop an active sharing relationship.Learn more
Welcome to Global Health Trials' funding portal. Find a list of major funders, and links directly to their open funding pages so that you can easily find different types of funding opportunities. Funders are listed in alphabetical order.Learn more
RESEARCH MATTERS. According to Jade Cole, Critical Care Research Nurse Specialist and Matt Morgan, Honorary Senior Research Fellow medical research is simply NOT just a nice bolt-on to have or an additional sheen to be applied only when the machinery ...Learn more
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 ...
During 2016 Global Research Nurses was invited to contribute to a module on research methods to an exiting pilot online course for nurses involved in genetic/genomic medicine. The initiative ...
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 ...
Thought-provoking perspectives of becoming a clinical research nurse from South Africa and the United Kingdom South Africa Why I chose to become a clinical research nurse: I will not go ...
A free workshop will be held on July 18th in Abuja, aimed at research nurses who are working in sexual and reproductive health. The workshop is free, but registration is essential! Read more
The Global Research Nurses and Global Health Trials regional faculties joined forces to run a workshop on July 7th, 2018 at the NAF Conference Centre and Suites, Abuja. You can view the workshop report and practical outcomes of the day ... Read more
The ALERRT network has created a new page to facilitate access to evidence-based Ebola resources provided by the British Medical Journal (BMJ) following the recent Democratic Republic of the Congo Ebola outbreak. Resources: Early detection, diagnosis and management of Ebola ... Read more
Alicia O’Cathain, Professor of Health Services Research at ScHARR at the University of Sheffield, has published “A Practical Guide to Using Qualitative Research with Randomized Controlled Trials”, the first how-to book on the use of qualitative research with Randomised Controlled ... Read more
A new clinical research and response network for epidemic infections has been launched in sub-Saharan Africa with the support of a €10 million grant from the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP). Read more
Zimbabwean nurse, Chenai Mathabire, who works for MSF, won the HIV/TB Research Prize at this year's International Aids Society Conference on HIV Science. Mathabire's study in Malawi and Mozambique showed strong evidence that a TB LAM test is convenient for ... Read more
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.