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Date: 13th March 2019 Location: Intercontinental Hotel, City Hall, City Square, Nairobi, Kenya Transparency International Health Initiative (TI-HI) and Transparency International Kenya (TI-Kenya) are pleased to invite you to an event we are hosting in Nairobi that will bring together private sector stakeholders in the health sector to discuss some of the challenges – and...
By Sebastiana Etzo 37 million: the number of global news entries if you google “corruption and health” Some of these are about the latest corruption scandals, others are more analytical pieces. Most entries – if not all – however, make a clear link between corruption and the severe consequences for access, quality and effectiveness of...
28th January 2018, London – A pledge by British MPs to get tough on UK universities that fail to publish the results of clinical trials is a welcome move that may finally lead to more action from these institutions, according to Transparency International Health Initiative (TI Health). In response to new data from TranspariMED, which...
28th November 2018, London – A new media investigation has found unsafe medical devices being used on patients in the UK highlighting both the urgent need for transparency around medical device development, as well as greater awareness of the potentially dire consequences when transparency is lacking. The investigation found that due to a lax system of...
30th October 2018, London – UK Parliamentarians’ call for government to set up a national monitoring system and impose sanctions on institutions that fail to report the results of clinical trials must not be ignored and should mark a turning point in opening the results of these trials, warn the Transparency International Health Initiative and TranspariMED. A...
17th September 2018, London – Transparency International is deeply concerned by an admission by NHS England (NHSE) that almost all NHS Trusts have failed to publish the interests of decision-making staff at least once per year. A recent survey by NHSE found only 5 per cent of acute trusts and 20 per cent of community...