Disclaimer

The Global Research Ethics Map website presents general summary information that is for educational and non-commercial purposes only. This information is not intended to take the place of any nation's laws or regulations. It is not legal advice. The publishers of this website cannot guarantee that all of the information contained herein is accurate and up-to-date. Harvard University and the Harvard School of Public Health assume no liability for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of the contents of this website. Links to other websites, web-based publications or informational sources are not intended to imply the endorsement of any contents of those sources. Although the Global Research Ethics Map provides access to various documents, Harvard University and the Harvard School of Public Health are not authorized to give permission to others to use, cite or publish those documents, which may be protected by copyright. Such permission should be sought from the original authors or publishers.


Close

The mission of the HSPH Human Subjects Administration is to promote the protection of participants in scientific research worldwide. HSA's Global Research Ethics Map is a resource for helping researchers understand and honor the ethical requirements for conducting studies at collaborative sites outside of the United States. The Global Research Ethics Map is an ongoing project. The initial focus is on countries where HSPH researchers are engaged in collaborative research.

Botswana
Botswana
Ghana
Ghana
Kenya
Kenya
Kuwait
Kuwait
Malawi
Malawi
Nepal
Nepal
Pakistan
Pakistan
Philippines
Philippines
Senegal
Senegal
South Africa
South Africa
Tanzania
Tanzania

>> Click on a counry marker or select a country from the scroll-down menu to see information about human subjects regulations and ethical guidelines for that country.