​​​​​​​​​Centre for Medical Ethics and Law​

ARESA

Postgraduate Diploma in Health Research Ethics: Publications​

2018

»  Disparate compensation policies for research related injury in era of multinational trials: a case study of Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa- Mr GR Chingarande and Prof K Moodley Click here for full text

2017

» Ethical Issues Surrounding the Use of Modern Human Remains for Research in South Africa- Ms N Briers and Prof JJ Dempers  Click here for full text 
» Human life invaluableness: An emerging African bioethical principle- Prof FCL Rakotsoane and PRof AA van Niekerk  Click here for full text

2016

» Phase 3 Oncology Clinical Trials in South Africa: Experimentation or Therapeutic Misconception?​- Dr T Malan and Prof K Moodley  Click here for full text

» Phronesis Beyond the Research Ethics Committee—A Crucial Decision-Making Skill for Health Researchers During Community Research- Prof M Greeff and Prof S Rennie  Click here for full text 

» "It's all about trust": reflections of researchers on the complexity and controversy surrounding biobanking in South Africa​- Prof K Moodley and Dr S Singh Click here for full text 

» Ototoxicity management: An investigation into doctors’ knowledge and practices, and the roles of audiologists in a tertiary hospital- Click here for full text  

» Knowledge and attitude of postgraduate students in Kenya on ethics in mental health research- Dr B Amugune and Dr GC Verster  Click here for full text

»​ A critical review of health research ethical guidelines regarding caregiver consent for HIV research involving minors in South Africa: Ethical and legal issues- Dr EB Worku and Prof AM Davis and Prof B Morrow  Click here for full text

» Appropriateness of no-fault compensation for research-related injuries from an African perspective: an appeal for action by African countries- Dr P Kamalo, Dr L Manda- Taylor, Prof S Rennie Click here for full text

» An Evaluation of the Middle East Research Training Initiative Tool in Assessing Effective Functioning of Research Ethics Committees: Experience with a Kenyan REC- Prof W Jaoko, Prof E Bukusi and Prof AM Davis  Click here for full text

2015

» Engaging with Community Advisory Boards (CABs) in Lusaka Zambia: perspectives from the research team and CAB members- Dr A Mwinga and Prof K Moodley Click here for full text

» An Evaluation of Research Ethics in Undergraduate Health Science Research Methodology Programs at a South African University- Ms T Coetzee, Prof WA Hoffmann and Dr M de Roubaix Click here for full text

» Informed consent in paediatric critical care research – a South African perspective- Prof B Morrow, Prof A Argent and Prof S Kling ​Click here for full text

2014

» Using the Emanuel et al. Framework to Assess Ethical Issues Raised by a Biomedical Research Ethics Committee in South Africa- Prof  JM Tsoka-Gwegweni JM and Prof DR Wassenaar Click here for full text