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Table 4 Literature divided by trials and three themes

From: How can community engagement in health research be strengthened for infectious disease outbreaks in Sub-Saharan Africa? A scoping review of the literature

Ebola trials and trial-related 1. Communication Towards Building Collaborative Relationships 2. Producing contextual knowledge: Formative social science research 3. Learning lessons over time: Incorporating findings, creating feedback loops and building a sustaining legacy
Abramowitz et al. 2018 [2]
Alirol et al. 2017 [3]
Caleo et al. 2018 [10]
Coltart et al. 2017 [15]
Dean et al. 2016 [17]
Emanuel et al. 2004
Folayan et al. 2015 [30]
Keusch et al, 2017 [34]
Marsh et al, 2008 [38]
Marchant & Lees, 2019 [37]
Mehand et al. 2018 [39]
Mills et al. 2005 [41]
Olu et al. 2016 [45]
Pedi et al. 2017 [46]
Slevin et al. 2008 [50]
Tindana, 2007 [52]
UNAIDS, AVAC. 2011 [53]
Wellcome Trust and CIDRAP, 2015 [14]
WHO, 2017 [59]
WHO, 2016 [57]
Wilkinson et al. 2017 [58]
Bedrosian et al. 2016 [6]
Browne et al. 2018 [8]
Callis et al. 2018 [11]
Carter et al. 2018 [12]
Ebola ça suffit consortium 2015 [20]
Emanuel et al. 2005 [21]
Enria et al. 2016 [24]
Enria et al. 2016a [25]
Enria et al. 2016b [26]
Fairhead 2016 [28]
Perez et al. 2017 [47]
Fayia Tengbeh et al. 2018 Fayia [29]
Kennedy et al. 2016 [33]
Mooney et al. 2018 [44]
Reynolds & Sariola 2018 [48]
Spengler et al. 2016 [51]
CDC. 2013 [13]
Bonwitt et al. 2018 [7]
Delamou et al. 2016 [18]
Enria and Lees 2018 [23]
Enria et al. 2016 [24]
Fayia Tengbeh et al. 2018 Fayia [29]
Ronse et al. 2018 [49]
Johnson & Vinndrola-Padros, 2017 [32]
Abayomi et al. 2016 [1]
Browne, et al. 2018 [8]
Callis et al. 2018 [11]
Delamou et al. 2016 [18]
Enria et al. 2016 [24]
Henao-Restrepo et al. 2016 [31]
Kennedy et al. 2016 [33]
Miller et al. 2018 [40]
Mooney et al. 2018 [44]