It is clear from the literature that managing engagement processes may need to go beyond the internal structures of the organisation/ programme initiating the engagement. There may well be additional requirements for accountability, whether as part of bilateral agreement with host governments/ institutions, contracts, or the accountability mechanisms of local partners or bodies, such as expert or community advisory boards established to guide engagement in a particular programme area. Typically, these do not directly oversee engagement work directly but provide additional fora in which ethics, relevance, purpose and value can be reflected upon.
|Glandon, Douglas et al||2018||Identifying health policy and systems research priorities on multisectoral collaboration for health in low-income and middle-income countries|
|Marsh, Vicki et al||2008||Beginning community engagement at a busy biomedical research programme: Experiences from the KEMRI CGMRC-Wellcome Trust Research Programme, Kilifi, Kenya|