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In their own voices: researcher and participant experiences of vulnerability and agency in global health research. 
Prof. Maureen Kelley

Vulnerability in the REACH Study. 
Prof. Florencia Luna


Understanding vulnerabilities, agency and the resourcefulness of research participants living along the Thai-Myanmar border. 

Prof. Phaik Yeong Cheah


Addressing vulnerability and engaging agency in research: a research ethics case study on HIV prevention in young girls in KwaZulu-Natal. 
Dr. Busi Nkosi


 Arr-nar/Krengjai: socio-cultural and moral values and ethical challenges in studies with pregnant women on the Thai-Myanmar border. MORU REACH study team. 

Napat Khirikkoekkong


Vulnerability, agency and research: integrating empirical ethics in a study with acutely ill vulnerable children. KEMRI-Wellcome Trust Research Programme REACH study team. 
Scholar Zakayo


Respecting the agency of vulnerable participants: can research ethics learn from the social sciences? 
Jennifer Roest