Students studying medical ethics at the IU School of Medicine through an exchange program with Moi University in Eldoret, Kenya, will present works in progress papers from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Monday, Nov. 11, in the Health Information and Translational Science (HITS) Building, Room 3139.
The students have been studying at IU through the IU Center for Bioethics and the IU-Moi University Academic Research Partnership (IU-Moi AREP), which introduces students to research ethics and international relationships through six "practicum environments" aimed at assisting in the development of their thesis topics. They are human subjects and institutional review boards; conflict of interest; research compliance; research ethics, education, and policy; international affairs and the AMPATH Program. Each student is also paired with an IU faculty mentor to assist with this process.
The students presenting "Works in Progress: Master’s Thesis Research Topics in International Research Ethics from the Moi University," are Felishana Cherop, Alfred Kirui, Christine Ohanga and Sheila Wambui, who have been studying at IU through the program since Oct. 7.
For more information, contact Eva Jackson at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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