Co-hosted by our Research for Health in Humanitarian Crises (R2HC) programme and the Institute for Global Health and Development at Queen Margaret University, this free webinar will share practical lessons learned on data collection while conducting research in humanitarian and otherwise fragile situations, particularly during COVID-19.
The speakers will reflect on the challenges of collecting data during an unprecedented time and discuss innovative solutions and emerging best practices. There will also be an opportunity to reflect on the ethical and policy implications for humanitarian and health operational agencies, research funders and policymakers.
Chair: Prof Alastair Ager, Queen Margaret University
The wider global health community interested in or performing data collection
in humanitarian and fragile situations.
Tuesday 27 October, 3-4pm BST
Online (via zoom) – register here
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