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  • November 30, 2020 from 12:00pm to 1:00pm

An opportunity for global health graduate students to exchange ideas and approaches to pivoting their research proposals, designs, ethics protocols and data collection strategies in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The COVID-19 pandemic has required graduate students conducting global health field work to rethink their research proposals, designs, ethics protocols, and data collection strategies. This online facilitated dialogue will provide a forum for discussing different strategies being used to design and implement research projects in different contexts. It is primarily aimed at graduate students in global health but will be open to other interested students and faculty. An initial list of resources and tools is being compiled and will be updated and shared following the workshop.

Erica Di Ruggiero, Associate Professor, DLSPH; Director of the Centre for Global Health, DLSPH
Alyssa Kelly, PhD Student Health Services Research (IHPME), Collaborative Specialization in Global Health Student Representative