Case studies in ethics and HIV research

Sana Loue, Earl C. Pike, Andrea Boyd, David D. Celentano, Geri R. Donenberg, Andrew Fullem, Cheryl Gore-Felton, Oscar Grusky, Kristi Y. Jordan, Moses Kamya, Linda S. Lloyd, David W. Lounsbury, Patricia Marshall, Janet W. McGrath, Nancy Méndez, Paulette Murphy, Daniel P. O'Shea, Bruce D. Rapkin, Janice Robinson, B. R. Simon Rosser & 3 others Martha Sajatovic, Ingrid Vargas, Christopher Whalen

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Abstract

Researchers into HIV/AIDS face a gamut of ethical as well as scientific challenges. By viewing the gathering of data as a reciprocal activity between researchers, participants, and their communities, the expert contributors to Case Studies in Ethics and HIV Research bring these challenges to the fore. Studies from the United States and abroad depict the ongoing balance of risks and benefits while analyzing issues that range from confidentiality and informed consent to conducting studies with minority and other marginalized populations, from dealing with government and other funding agencies to ownership of findings. The book's 25 collaborators offer readers new templates for devising and conducting studies that are valid, meaningful, and morally sound, with critical implications for all research involving human subjects.

Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherSpringer US
Number of pages343
ISBN (Print)9780387713618
DOIs
StatePublished - 2007
Externally publishedYes

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Research Ethics
Research Personnel
HIV
Ownership
Confidentiality
Informed Consent
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
Research
Population

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  • Medicine(all)

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Loue, S., Pike, E. C., Boyd, A., Celentano, D. D., Donenberg, G. R., Fullem, A., ... Whalen, C. (2007). Case studies in ethics and HIV research. Springer US. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-71362-5

Case studies in ethics and HIV research. / Loue, Sana; Pike, Earl C.; Boyd, Andrea; Celentano, David D.; Donenberg, Geri R.; Fullem, Andrew; Gore-Felton, Cheryl; Grusky, Oscar; Jordan, Kristi Y.; Kamya, Moses; Lloyd, Linda S.; Lounsbury, David W.; Marshall, Patricia; McGrath, Janet W.; Méndez, Nancy; Murphy, Paulette; O'Shea, Daniel P.; Rapkin, Bruce D.; Robinson, Janice; Simon Rosser, B. R.; Sajatovic, Martha; Vargas, Ingrid; Whalen, Christopher.

Springer US, 2007. 343 p.

Research output: Book/ReportBook

Loue, S, Pike, EC, Boyd, A, Celentano, DD, Donenberg, GR, Fullem, A, Gore-Felton, C, Grusky, O, Jordan, KY, Kamya, M, Lloyd, LS, Lounsbury, DW, Marshall, P, McGrath, JW, Méndez, N, Murphy, P, O'Shea, DP, Rapkin, BD, Robinson, J, Simon Rosser, BR, Sajatovic, M, Vargas, I & Whalen, C 2007, Case studies in ethics and HIV research. Springer US. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-71362-5
Loue S, Pike EC, Boyd A, Celentano DD, Donenberg GR, Fullem A et al. Case studies in ethics and HIV research. Springer US, 2007. 343 p. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-0-387-71362-5
Loue, Sana ; Pike, Earl C. ; Boyd, Andrea ; Celentano, David D. ; Donenberg, Geri R. ; Fullem, Andrew ; Gore-Felton, Cheryl ; Grusky, Oscar ; Jordan, Kristi Y. ; Kamya, Moses ; Lloyd, Linda S. ; Lounsbury, David W. ; Marshall, Patricia ; McGrath, Janet W. ; Méndez, Nancy ; Murphy, Paulette ; O'Shea, Daniel P. ; Rapkin, Bruce D. ; Robinson, Janice ; Simon Rosser, B. R. ; Sajatovic, Martha ; Vargas, Ingrid ; Whalen, Christopher. / Case studies in ethics and HIV research. Springer US, 2007. 343 p.
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