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    Understanding cultural values, norms and beliefs that may impact participation in genome‐editing related research: Perspectives of local communities in Botswana.Setlhomo Koloi-Keaikitse, Mary Kasule, Irene Kwape, Dudu Jankie, Dimpho Ralefala, Dolly Mogomotsi Ntseane & Gaonyadiwe George Mokone - forthcoming - Developing World Bioethics.
    Gene‐editing research is a complex science and foreign in most communities including Botswana. Adopting a qualitative deliberative framework with 109 participants from 7 selected ethnic communities in Botswana, we explored the perceptions of local communities on cultural values, norms, and beliefs that may motivate or deter likely participation in the use of gene‐editing related research. What emerged as the ethnic community's motivators for research participation include the potential for gene‐editing technologies to promote access to individualized medications, and the possibility of (...)
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    The features and qualities of online training modules in research ethics: a case study evaluating their institutional application for the University of Botswana.Nancy E. Kass, Mary Kasule, Boikanyo Mokgweetsi, Kristina Hallez, Joseph Ali & Dolly Mogomotsi Ntseane - 2020 - Global Bioethics 31 (1):133-154.
    ABSTRACT Research ethics remains a cornerstone of the scientific enterprise as it defines the boundaries of responsible conduct of research. Our aim was to systematically identify, review and test online training courses in research ethics which could be considered most appropriate for future training at the University of Botswana (UB). We used an evaluative tool that included both descriptive and evaluative criteria for assessing the strengths, weaknesses and appropriateness of 10 online research ethics courses which are publicly accessible. We then (...)
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    The features and qualities of online training modules in research ethics: a case study evaluating their institutional application for the University of Botswana.Dolly Mogomotsi Ntseane, Joseph Ali, Kristina Hallez, Boikanyo Mokgweetsi, Mary Kasule & Nancy E. Kass - 2019 - Global Bioethics:1-22.
    Research ethics remains a cornerstone of the scientific enterprise as it defines the boundaries of responsible conduct of research. Our aim was to systematically identify, review and test online training courses in research ethics which could be considered most appropriate for future training at the University of Botswana. We used an evaluative tool that included both descriptive and evaluative criteria for assessing the strengths, weaknesses and appropriateness of 10 online research ethics courses which are publicly accessible. We then assembled Focus (...)
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