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UCSF Bioethics Speaker Series: Bege Dauda, BPharm, MPH, PhD

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Gay Becker Conference Room, Suite 340 UCSF Laurel Heights Campus

3333 California St, Suite 340

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Navigating the Ethical Terrain of Collaborative Health Research in Developing Countries

Presentation by: Bege Dauda, BPharm, MPH, PhD

Health research partnerships between developed and developing countries have historically been intrinsically unequal whereby “developed” collaborators set the research priorities and drive the agenda while the “developing” countries serve as “subjects” of research. Does this relationship adequately define contemporary global health research? What ethical considerations should guide the way collaborative research is conducted in low- and middle-income countries? A historical analysis of collaborative research and an examination of a contemporary example of the Human Heredity and Health in Africa (H3 Africa) initiative will help address these questions.

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For questions or concerns, please contact Lindsay Forbes, Bioethics Program Manager, at 415-502-0147 or Lindsay.Forbes@ucsf.edu.

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Gay Becker Conference Room, Suite 340 UCSF Laurel Heights Campus

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