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Type Journal Article - BMJ Global Health
Title Bridging research integrity and global health epidemiology (bridge) guidelines: explanation and elaboration
Volume 5
Issue 10
Publication (Day/Month/Year) 2020
Page numbers e003237
URL https://gh.bmj.com/content/5/10/e003237.abstract
Over the past decade, two movements have profoundly changed the environment in which global health epidemiologists work: research integrity and research fairness. Both ought to be equally nurtured by global health epidemiologists who aim to produce high-quality impactful research. Yet bridging between these two aspirations can lead to practical and ethical dilemmas. In the light of these reflections, we have proposed the BRIDGE guidelines for the conduct of fair global health epidemiology, targeted at stakeholders involved in the commissioning, conduct, appraisal, and publication of global health research. The guidelines follow the conduct of a study chronologically from the early stages of study preparation until the dissemination and communication of findings. They can be used as a checklist by research teams, funders and other stakeholders to ensure that a study is conducted in line with both research integrity and research fairness principles. In this paper, we offer a detailed explanation for each item of the BRIDGE guidelines. We have focused on practical implementation issues, making this document most of interest to those who are actually conducting the epidemiological work.
Sandra Alba, Annick Lenglet , Kristien Verdonck , Johanna Roth , Rutuja Patil , Walter Mendoza , Sanjay Juvekar , and Susan F Rumisha. "Bridging research integrity and global health epidemiology (bridge) guidelines: explanation and elaboration." BMJ Global Health 5, no. 10 (2020): e003237.
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