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Multiple ethical review in North–South collaborative research: the experience of the Ebola-Tx trial in Guinea

Maaike De Crop, Alexandre Delamou, Johan Van Griensven, Raffaella Ravinetto

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2016.022


Abstract

The process of double ethical review involves the ethics committees (ECs) in the country(ies) of the research site(s) and of the sponsor. This paper aims to assess the experience of the double ethical review in the Ebola-Tx trial, and to make general recommendations for research conducted during public health emergencies.

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