Enhancing the Ethical Conduct of HIV Research with Migrant Sex Workers: Human Rights, Policy, and Social Contextual Influences
Total CE Credit Hours: 1
Course Info URL: http://www.ce-credit.com/courses/102254
About the Course:
Migrant sex workers are often highly marginalized and disproportionately experience health and social inequities, including high prevalence of HIV, sexually transmitted infections, and human rights violations. In recent years, research involving migrant sex workers has increased, yet many knowledge gaps remain regarding how best to protect research participant rights and welfare. Our objective was to identify key challenges and opportunities related to the responsible conduct of HIV research with migrant sex workers.
PLOS ONE (The Public Library of Science)
May 9, 2016
: Goldenberg SM, Brouwer KC, Jimenez TR, Miranda SM, Mindt MR
Social science researchers engaged in studies involving research participants who are highly marginalized and disproportionately subject to health and social inequities and those professionals providing mental health services to patients having similar life experiences.
Identify and describe the key challenges and opportunities associated with the implementation of HIV research with migrant sex workers.
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