The following resources examine research ethics for humanitarian crises settings which the PREA team has identified. The PREA team does not necessarily endorse the views expressed in these resources, but have found them useful in examining these issues.

Mezinska, S. Kakuk, P., Mijaljica, G., Waligóra, M. and O’Mathúna, D. (2016). Research in disaster settings: a systematic qualitative review of ethical guidelines. BMC Medical Ethics, 17(62).
World Health Organization (2015). Ethics of using convalescent whole blood and convalescent plasma during the Ebola epidemic.
Hunt M., Schwartz L., Pringle J., Boulanger R., Nouvet E. and O'Mathúna D., (2014). A Research Agenda for Humanitarian Health Ethics. PLOS Currents Disasters.
Singh, J. (2013). Humanitarian Medicine and Ethics. Medecins Sans Frontieres.
Daugherty, E. and White, D. (2010). Conducting Clinical Research during Disasters. Virtual Mentor, 9.
Ford, N., Mills, E., Zachariah, R. and Upshur, R. (2009). Ethics of conducting research in conflict settings. Conflict and Health, 3(7).
Mfutso-Bengo, J., Masiye, F. and Muula, A. (2008). Ethical challenges in conducting research in humanitarian crisis situations. Malawi Medical Journal, 20(2).
Nouvet, E. and Schwartz, L. (2007). Abstracts of Scientific Papers-WADEM Congress on Disaster and Emergency Medicine 2017. Prehospital and Disaster Medicine, 32(1).
Multimedia Resources
(2017). [Webinar Series] Improving global prehospital and emergency health care, public health, and disaster health and preparedness.
Reports from International Organisations
World Health Organization (2016). Guidance for Managing Ethical Issues in Infectious Disease Outbreaks.
Berman, G., Hart, J., O'Mathúna, D., Mattellone, E., Potts, A., O'Kane, C., Shusterman, J. and Tanner, T. (2016). What We Know About Ethical Research Involving Children In Humanitarian Settings: An Overview Of Principles, The Literature And Case Studies. Innocenti Working Papers.
World Health Organization (2015). Global health ethics: key issues.
Reports (other)
Mitra, A. and Sethi, N. (2016). Conducting research in the context of global health emergencies: identifying key ethical and governance issues. Nuffield Council on Bioethics.
Research Ethics Frameworks
Curry, D., Waldman, R. and Caplan, A. (2014). An Ethical Framework for the development and review of health research proposals involving humanitarian context. Enhancing Learning and Research for Humanitarian Assistance (ELRHA): R2HC Programme.
Clarinval, C. and Biller-Andorno, N. (2014). Challenging Operations: An Ethical Framework to Assist Humanitarian Aid Workers in their Decision-making Processes. PLOS Currents Disasters, 1.
MSF Ethics Review Board (2013). MSF Research Ethics Framework - Guidance Document.
Research Projects
Beneficiary Perspectives Regarding the Ethical Performance of Humanitarian Healthcare Missions (BPREP).