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No Jab, No Job? Ethical Issues in Mandatory COVID-19 Vaccination of Healthcare Personnel.

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Gur-Arie R. et al, (2021), BMJ Glob Health, 6

A graphic elicitation technique to represent patient rights.

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McGowan CR. et al, (2020), Confl Health, 14

In emergencies, health research must go beyond public engagement toward a true partnership with those affected.

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Wright K. et al, (2020), Nature medicine, 26, 308 - 309

The masking and making of fieldworkers and data in postcolonial Global Health research contexts

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Kingori P. and Gerrets R., (2019), Critical Public Health, 29, 494 - 507

Why the pseudo matters to global health

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Kingori P. and Gerrets R., (2019), Critical Public Health, 29, 379 - 389

The Acceptability of Online Consent in a Self-Test Serosurvey of Responders to the 2014-2016 West African Ebola Outbreak.

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McGowan CR. et al, (2018), Public health ethics, 11, 201 - 212

Beliefs and practices during pregnancy, post-partum and in the first days of an infant's life in rural Cambodia.

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Turner C. et al, (2017), BMC pregnancy and childbirth, 17, 116 - 116

Critique and complicity: STS and global health

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Montgomery CM. et al, (2017), Science and Technology Studies, 30, 2 - 12

Editorial

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Sariola S. et al, (2017), Science and Technology Studies, 30, 2 - 7

Editorial.

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Kingori P. and Parker M., (2017), Global bioethics = Problemi di bioetica, 28, 1 - 2

Morals, morale and motivations in data fabrication: Medical research fieldworkers views and practices in two Sub-Saharan African contexts.

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Kingori P. and Gerrets R., (2016), Social science & medicine (1982), 166, 150 - 159

Museum of Failed HIV Research.

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Kingori P. and Sariola S., (2015), Anthropol Med, 22, 213 - 216

When the science fails and the ethics works: 'Fail-safe' ethics in the FEM-PrEP study.

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Kingori P., (2015), Anthropol Med, 22, 309 - 325

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