There are already many resources that you can access across The Global Health Network to guide, teach, support and train you and your team in setting up and running high quality studies. Below you can see what can be accessed now.

Further resources will be developed specifically for the REDe community – please contact us via the contact page to suggest content you would find useful. There will also be regional meetings and workshops to identify training and development gaps. These needs will be addressed and the resources developed will be made available here and openly available for free to all.

CLICK on each box below to find more resources including downloads and links

Study Design & Planning >>

If you are thinking about starting a research project, the following guidance will show you how to plan clinical research. Good study planning is essential, to avoid any unnecessary delays or missing data down the line.

Ethics & Regulatory >>

Prior to initiating a study/clinical trial, researchers must obtain approval from national regulatory authorities (NRAs) and ethics committees to conduct clinical trials. The ethics committees review the integrity of the protocol, because poorly designed studies that are either not needed or cannot answer the question are unethical.

Study Procedures >>

Tools to help you carry out  your research.

Data Collection, Management & Analysis >>

Data collection is the process of gathering and measuring information on variables of interest, in an established systematic fashion that enables one to answer stated research questions, test hypotheses, and evaluate outcomes.

Study Operations >>

Study-specific procedures and plans to facilitate the management of the research and can also be used in the event of an audit to justify the approaches taken.

Further Resources >>

Site Finder, Process Map and eLearning.