When ethics and politics collide in donor-funded global health research by Katerini Storeng et al
Read read read! This is so important - when donors undermine research (they've commissioned) and here
Research funding & firewalls: societies need independent, purpose- & ethics-driven science. No comment on & case - but thanks & Jen Palmer for provoking debate on research governance frameworks #transparency #accountabiliy
A call to end #unethical #globalhealth research . Well done and Jennifer Palmer When ethics and politics collide in donor-funded global health research
Thank you for, yet again, sticking your head above the parapet to allow real discussion on transparent reporting of health program effectiveness- #falsesuccessharms #donors #evaluation #globalhealth #successcartel
When ethics/politics collide in donor-funded research. “a substantial reservoir of learning generated by more than 20 academics over a 5year period is not available to the public, including to implementers/external evaluators of the follow-on DFID program”
NEW Viewpoint: When #ethics and #politics collide in donor-funded #globalhealth research—Katerini T Storeng & Jennifer Palmer share experience of censorship in evaluation research for global health
When ethics and politics collide in donor-funded global health research
What happens when #ethics and #politics collide in donor-funded #globalhealth research? Read more from this Viewpoint by and Jennifer Palmer:
Forskningens uavhengighet fundamentet for kunnskapsutviklingen II - universitetene under økende press?
In the week of Afrique Contemportaine censorship and MSI, Ipas evaluation fiasco, let's remind everybody that independent research is hard and is not a way to reinforce opinions or make anybody look good
When #ethics and #politics collide in donor-funded #globalhealth #research: whistle-blowing on research evaluation from 's & Jennifer Palmer in
New Viewpoint in > When ethics and politics collide in donor-funded global health research
An important conversation to have and something I've often heard NGO staff discuss
Courageous of & Jennifer Palmer of to report on their experience with evaluation of a DFID-funded programme - a story about power, institutional interests, interference and threats to academic integrity
When ethics & politics collide in donor-funded global health research: "In context of chronic underfunding of universities & growing dependence on donor-driven grants, we propose structural & cultural changes to safeguard research independence"