Dear colleagues and professors,
It was a great privilege indeed to be among a group of bioethics experts in the Arab region to deliver short messages about the current pandemic and the ethical issues related to it.
You may click on the link to watch my message- https://youtu.be/ne4FShN0O64 and https://en.unesco.org/news/ethical-framework-covid-19-response-arab-regi...
read and watch the other colleagues' messages.
I take this chance to thank the UNESCO's offices in Cairo, Beirut and Rabat for coordinating this variety of messages.
In a related matter, I would like to share with you The King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology (KACST) Guidelines for Research in Epidemics/Pandemics and Emergencies- https://covid19.kacst.edu.sa/docs/NCBE-Guidelines.pdf, which I have
HIFA Profile: Ghaiath Hussein is a registrar of community medicine and bioethicist by training. His expertise varied from providing assistance for researchers on technical and ethical issues, to editing and developing ethical guidelines and training manuals on research ethics. He has been working in the department of research at the Federal Ministry of Health (Sudan), before being assigned as the Senior Project Officer a MARC (Mapping African Ethics Review Capacity) project managed by COHRED and funded by the European and Developing Countries Clinical Trials Partnership (EDCTP). Currently, he is an assistant professor of bioethics in King Saud University for Health Sciences, King Fahad Medical City Faculty of Medicine. He also provides voluntary ethics teaching and cosultation services for some regional and international organizations, especially on public health ethical issues.
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