by Sassy Molyneux, Bridget Pratt, Doug Wassenaar et al.
Research in Gender and Ethics (RinGs): Building Stronger Health Systems, May 2015
If you are doing health systems research you have probably grappled with ethical questions related to your work. Most studies are subject to ethical review before they even begin. But ethical principles and practice are something that should concern academics throughout the research process. To help you navigate the expanding world of ethics relevant to health systems research, Research in Gender and Ethics (RinGs): Building Stronger Health Systems has put together this resource that gathers together a selection of some of the most useful and interesting frameworks and papers that we have come across.