Molyneux S/BMC Med Ethics
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The ethical implications of verbal autopsy: responding to emotional and moral distress.Hinga A, Marsh V, Nyaguara A, Wamukoya M, Molyneux S
BMC Med Ethics, (2021). 22:118

Ethical practice in my work: community health workers' perspectives using photovoice in Wakiso district, Uganda.Musoke D, Ssemugabo C, Ndejjo R, Molyneux S, Ekirapa-Kiracho E
BMC Med Ethics, (2020). 21:68

Who should decide about children's and adolescents' participation in health research? The views of children and adults in rural Kenya.Marsh V, Mwangome N, Jao I, Wright K, Molyneux S, Davies A
BMC Med Ethics, (2019). 20:41

Kenyan health stakeholder views on individual consent, general notification and governance processes for the re-use of hospital inpatient data to support learning on healthcare systems.Mbuthia D, Molyneux S, Njue M, Mwalukore S, Marsh V
BMC Med Ethics, (2019). 20:3

"When they see us, it's like they have seen the benefits!": experiences of study benefits negotiations in community-based studies on the Kenyan Coast.Kamuya DM, Marsh V, Njuguna P, Munywoki P, Parker M, Molyneux S
BMC Med Ethics, (2014). 15:90

Consulting communities on feedback of genetic findings in international health research: sharing sickle cell disease and carrier information in coastal Kenya.Marsh V, Kombe F, Fitzpatrick R, Williams TN, Parker M, Molyneux S
BMC Med Ethics, (2013). 14:41

Benefits and payments for research participants: experiences and views from a research centre on the Kenyan coast.Molyneux S, Mulupi S, Mbaabu L, Marsh V
BMC Med Ethics, (2012). 13:13