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CETH: participate in survey on strengthening community engagement in clinical trials
Community engagement is key to designing ethically and scientifically rigorous clinical trials involving human participants in low- and middle-income country settings. There is currently public debate in South Africa around the adequacy of community engagement and there is a need to identify what exactly constitutes community engagement and to develop strategies for strengthening community engagement in vaccine trials. This is the focus of the CETH project, which uses a combination of methodologies to develop a language and framework for guiding community and clinical trial stakeholder engagement. The project invites you to participate in a survey and/or telephone interview on this topic. Please see the research flyers for more information.
For the online survey (approximately 15 minutes), follow one of the links below:
Survey A – if you have worked/been involved with clinical trials, click here for the survey.
Survey B – if you have participated in clinical trials, click here for the survey.
For the telephone interview (1 hour):
Register your interest in the telephone interview by clicking here.