The Engage platform was created to support stakeholders looking to find community, increase their understanding on a topic or connection with others to create and implement advocacy action around clinical research and implementation.
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Drawing directly from national and international guidelines, the course provides a condensed overview of core features and practices of ‘engaged’ research and how these can be highlighted through the ethics review process.
While the course draws on lessons and examples learned from HIV prevention research, the content can be applied to all biomedical research.
This course aims to support participants in understanding and applying foundational content in the Good Participatory Practice (GPP) Guidelines. Learners will become familiar with the principles and key practices for meaningful stakeholder participation in a research context. The course will draw from various infectious disease areas and the current environment of COVID-19 research to develop capacity around quick and responsive stakeholder engagement in research and sharing lessons learned with product introduction. Participants will also complete a strategic GPP action plan that aligns with their work and role in the field. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions!
This group brings advocates and researchers together to talk about the new trial designs emerging in the HIV prevention space. The group engages in discussion on forums and webinars exploring the ethical, scientific, policy and human implications of these trial designs.
Resources are regularly updated to reflect news stories, articles and training materials published in the HIV space as well as resources from other disease areas.