This framework, with examples, is intended as a practical tool to assist research stakeholders with identifying opportunities for benefit sharing, and inculcating intentional benefit sharing in their research programmes from inception. www.pha4ge.org Read more
Welcome to TREAD (The Research Ethics Application Database), an open access, online repository of Research Ethics Committee (REC) application forms and consent statements. TREAD is hosted jointly (from December 2016) by The Global Health Network and the Social Research Association. We welcome those who would like to read how researchers have articulated ethical principles in their subject area or methodology; and invite researchers to contribute to the resource and submit their own examples of application forms and consent statements.
To access TREAD applications, first read the TREAD members Code of Practice.
To contribute your ethics application documentation click here.