Keywords: UK Malaria Vector Control
Experimenting with co-development: a qualitative study of gene drive research for malaria control in MaliS. Hartley, K. Ledingham, R. Owen, S. Leonelli, S. Diarra and S. Diop, Social Science and Medicine, 2021.
Our findings suggest co-development is opening up previously expert-dominated spaces as researchers attempt to take responsibility for the societal implications of their work. However, its main function is as a project management tool to enable and instrumentally support ...
Keywords: Co-development, Co-production, engagement, ethics, Gene Drive Mosquitoes, gene drive synthetic, Mali, policy, risk, UK Malaria Vector Control