UBC Department of Family Practice, Global Health
Provides resources and links to opportunities, supports, and guidance for global health education, research, and service activities.
Ethics and Best Practice Guidelines for Training Experiences in Global Health
A set of guidelines developed by the Working Group on Ethics Guidelines for Global Health Training (WEIGHT) for institutions, trainees, and sponsors of field-based global health training on ethics and best practices in this setting.
Ethical Obligations Regarding Short-Term Global Health Clinical Experiences
This paper aims to inform ethical decision making surrounding participation in short-term global health clinical care experiences.
Global Health Ethics for Students
This article overviews ethical issues in global health work, how they pertain to students, and outlines a framework to provide some guidance.
Ethical Challenges in Short-Term Global Health Training
This course consists of a series of ten cases to introduce trainees and others involved in global health research and service to ethical issues that may arise during short-term training experiences abroad.
Sanyas: Indigenous Cultural Safety Training Program
An on-line training program designed to increase knowledge, enhance self-awareness, and strengthen the skills of health care professionals who work directly or indirectly with Aboriginal people. Note: Bursaries are available for GPs, specialists, residents and medical students that work in an RSA community.
Principles for Global Health Research
Overviews principles developed for more ethical and equitable global health projects: Authentic Partnering, Inclusion, Shared Benefits, Commitment to the Future, Responsiveness to Causes of Inequities, and Humility.
Building Respectful and Collaborative Partnerships for Global Health Research
An introduction to the area of partnership building in global health including key issues and challenges and principles for equitable, collaborative and team-based partnerships.
FNHA Resources for Academics Interested in First Nations Research
A list of resources including guidelines, principles and practices to assist academics interested in First Nations research.
First Nations Principles of OCAP®
Standing for ownership, control, access and possession, OCAP asserts that First Nations have control over data collection processes in their communities, and that they own and control how this information can be used.
UBC Research Information Services (RISe)
An online research administration tool that allows researchers and administrators to manage and track applications online through to approval, certification and awarding of funds.