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Dr. Stuart Rennie is now part of the Re-Engaging Ethics Team

August 2, 2016

Dr. Stuart Rennie, Associate Professor, UNC Social Medicine, is the ethics consultant for Re-engaging Ethics: Ethical Issues in Engaged Research. The project was awarded by the Greenwall Foundation, and aims to create guidelines to support ethical engagement in community engaged research. These guidelines are intended to aid academic and community researchers in the conducting of … Continued

searcHIV

July 29, 2016

Social and Ethical Aspects of Research on Curing HIV A Working Group Co-Principle Investigators: Stuart Rennie Joseph Tucker One of the defining qualities of living with HIV has been that it is incurable, and this tenet has powerfully formed and disrupted individual, organizational, and institutional identities. But recent medical advances have contested this basic fact, … Continued

Appropriateness of no-fault compensation for research-related injuries from an African perspective

June 8, 2016

Appropriateness of no-fault compensation for research-related injuries from an African perspective: an appeal for action by African countries Patrick Dongosolo Kamalo, Lucinda Manda-Taylor, and Stuart Rennie Published 2016 June 3 on The Journal of Medical Ethics. Compensation for research-related injuries (RRIs) remains a challenge in the current environment of global collaborative biomedical research as exemplified … Continued

Hidden costs: The ethics of cost-effectiveness analyses for health interventions in resource-limited settings

June 8, 2016

Hidden costs: The ethics of cost-effectiveness analyses for health interventions in resource-limited settings Sarah E. Rutstein, Joan T. Price, Nora E. Rosenberg, Stuart M. Rennie, Andrea K. Biddle, & William C. Miller Published 2016 May 4 in Journal of Public Health. Cost-effectiveness analysis (CEA) is an increasingly appealing tool for evaluating and comparing health-related interventions … Continued