Calls for proposals within the next three months Read more
ISARIC-WHO Clinical Characterisation Protocol
ISARIC and WHO have developed a Clinical Characterisation Protocol for Severe Emerging Infection, including VHF (like Ebola) and SARI. Currently in review by the WHO Ethical Research Committee, master documents are available here.Learn more
ISARIC-WHO Data Sets
Access the ISARIC-WHO data sets for EVD, VHF and SARI as made available through the CliRes data management system here.Learn more
An observational research study, SPRINT-SARI will prepare the world for timely action in the event of a public health emergency. It is an essential component in pandemic and epidemic research preparedness and will enhance the global capacity to collect, analyse, ...Learn more
The Experience of an Ebola Clinical Research Team in West Africa Read more
Read ISARIC's weekly updates to keep on top of Ebola & MERS-CoV reports, related articles, and more... Read more
First Ebola survivors in Sierra Leone have donated plasma within the Ebola_CP trial led by Calum Semple (ISARIC WG2 Chair) and a team of scientists at the University of Liverpool and the College of Medicine and Allied Health Services, in ... Read more
For updates about recent and ongoing ISARIC activities, such as Ebola trials, SPRINT SARI, Data harmonization, PREPARE and other regional collaborative frameworks - please see our most recent Newsletter (18/4/15) Read more
As the world is gathering to respond to the Ebola outbreak, ISARIC-investigator Dr Peter Horby based at the University of Oxford's Centre for Tropical Medicine, with partners have today been awarded a grant through the Wellcome Trust's Ebola research funding ... Read more
The WHO/ISARIC SARI BSP (Severe Acute Respiratory Infection Biological Sampling Protocol) has gone through a major amendment in the UK that has been ethically approved and is currently being rolled out in the UK. The protocol has been re-named 'Clinical ... Read more
The ISARIC Bulletin aims to provide information about ISARIC and ISARIC's activities to a wider audience. This issue focuses particularly on ISARIC's activities over the past two years - our first two years of existence. Please feel free to spread ... Read more
8th July 2014 saw the launch of the Global Health Research Process Map, the first digital toolkit designed to enable researchers anywhere in the world to conduct rigorous global health research. It’s an open-access and internationally-available online resource that guides ... Read more
ISARIC provides a collaborative platform through which global, patient‐oriented clinical studies can be developed, executed and shared.
Protocols addressing the most important questions between and during epidemics of severe acute respiratory infections and other rapidly emerging public health threats are undertaken in order to generate new knowledge, maximise the availability of clinical information, and thereby save lives.
Read more about our protocols by clicking this link.
Overview of Plasmodium vivax drug resistance: Whilst our understanding of drug resistant Plasmodium falciparum, the most deadly form of the malaria parasite is quite well understood, the extent and nature ...
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East African Leaders Join Together to Develop Country-Specific Plans Our colleagues at the African Society for Laboratory Medicine (ASLM) have shared an interesting article on point-of-care testing - from the article ...
We have recently obtained permission to share some very interesting videos on The Global Health Network. Newer videos are at the end of this page. The videos are from Global ...
Chinese translations of the INTERGROWTH-21st Fetal and Newborn Lancet articles are now available for download. 二十一世纪国际胎儿、新生儿生长发育项目(INTERGROWTH-21st) 柳叶刀文章的中文翻译本现在可供下载。 1. International standards for fetal growth based on serial ultrasound measurements ...
As part of Global Health Trials' Writing and Publication Skills month, we are absolutely delighted to welcome Dr Trish Groves, Editor in Chief of BMJ ...
Please use this discussion topic to provide general feedback on the Children and Clinical Research course, including feedback on the content and user-friendliness of the ...