Dr Patricia Kingori
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- The Ethox Centre
- MSc in Global Health Science module 13 lead: International Research Ethics
Patricia Kingori, PhD, is a Wellcome Trust Biomedical Society and Ethics Fellow at the Ethox Centre, University of Oxford. Her disciplinary background is in Medical Sociology and her current interests research interests lie at the intersect of sociology of science and medicine and a critical examination of ethics with a particular interest in the frontline practitioners of medical research, the politics of health and what research and guidelines come to mean in practice. Her work has focused on the views, values and experiences of fieldworkers and similar frontline workers involved in collecting data and interacting with research participants. This has taken place in East Africa but has recently extended its focus to South East Asian and West African countries.
Good and Bad Research Collaborations: Researchers' Views on Science and Ethics in Global Health Research.
Parker M. and Kingori P., (2016), PLoS One, 11
The 'empty choice': A sociological examination of choosing medical research participation in resource-limited Sub-Saharan Africa.
Kingori P., (2015), Curr Sociol, 63, 763 - 778
Special issue introduction: Bioethics in the field.
Kingori P. et al, (2013), Soc Sci Med, 98, 260 - 263
Experiencing everyday ethics in context: frontline data collectors perspectives and practices of bioethics.
Kingori P., (2013), Soc Sci Med, 98, 361 - 370
Experiencing everyday ethics in context: Frontline data collectors perspectives and practices of bioethics
Kingori P., (2013), Social Science and Medicine, 98, 361 - 370