Human Challenge Studies in Endemic Settings: Ethical and Regulatory Issues (360G-Wellcome-210551_Z_18_Z)
This study will investigate the key ethical and regulatory considerations regarding human challenge studies (HCS) in endemic settings—and to examine the ethical processes (e.g., in the design, review, and conduct) involved in such studies to date (with a focus on recent HCS involving diarrheal disease in Thailand and malaria in Kenya and Tanzania). Our approach to this project will include two main data gathering processes: (1) review of relevant literature, and (2) qualitative research, involving in-depth interviews of those involved in the conduct and ethical review of recent HCS in endemic settings (focusing especially on HCS involving diarrheal disease in Thailand and malaria in Kenya and Tanzania) and other relevant stakeholders.
|Approval Committee||Internal Decision Panel|
|Grant Programme: Title||Discretionary Award - Vaccines|
|Lead Applicant||Prof Michael Selgelid|
|Planned Dates: End Date||2019-03-31T00:00:00+00:00|
|Planned Dates: Start Date||2017-12-01T00:00:00+00:00|
|Recipient Org: Country||Australia|