CARE Panel: Ethical Challenges in the Use of Biospecimens and Biorepositories

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October 17, 2022
12:00PM - 1:00PM
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Online

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Add to Calendar 2022-10-17 12:00:00 2022-10-17 13:00:00 CARE Panel: Ethical Challenges in the Use of Biospecimens and Biorepositories About CARE CARE events promote multidisciplinary and exploratory discussion of cutting-edge issues in the field of research ethics. In doing so, it aims to advance Ohio State’s shared values and build a community around the topic of research integrity. This CARE event will welcome: Panelists Paulina Onvomaha Tindana (Senior Lecturer, Deptartment of Health Policy, Planning, and Management, University of Ghana) Dr. Paulina Tindana's teaching and research focus on the ethical, social, cultural and policy issues in public health, global health research and health systems research. With academic training in bioethics, she has published extensively on bioethics and research ethics topics, particularly the practical ethical issues arising in genetic/genomic research and biobanking in Africa. She has contributed to several international and Consortia ethics guidelines and reports including the Nuffield Council on Bioethics Report. She has also facilitated training workshops on global health ethics and community engagement and mentored several masters and PhD students to undertake research on health policy, health systems, monitoring and evaluation and research ethics related topics. Register Now For more information on the CARE program, please visit our website .   Online Center for Ethics and Human Values cehv@osu.edu America/New_York public
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About CARE

CARE events promote multidisciplinary and exploratory discussion of cutting-edge issues in the field of research ethics. In doing so, it aims to advance Ohio State’s shared values and build a community around the topic of research integrity.

This CARE event will welcome:

Panelists

Paulina Onvomaha Tindana (Senior Lecturer, Deptartment of Health Policy, Planning, and Management, University of Ghana)

Paulina Onvomaha Tindana

Dr. Paulina Tindana's teaching and research focus on the ethical, social, cultural and policy issues in public health, global health research and health systems research. With academic training in bioethics, she has published extensively on bioethics and research ethics topics, particularly the practical ethical issues arising in genetic/genomic research and biobanking in Africa. She has contributed to several international and Consortia ethics guidelines and reports including the Nuffield Council on Bioethics Report. She has also facilitated training workshops on global health ethics and community engagement and mentored several masters and PhD students to undertake research on health policy, health systems, monitoring and evaluation and research ethics related topics.

Register Now

For more information on the CARE program, please visit our website .

 

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