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    • Adolescents and HIV clinical trials: ethics, culture, and context. 

      MacQueen, Kathleen M.; Abdool Karim, Quarraisha. (Elsevier., 2007)
      One quarter of HIV infections globally occur among young people 15-24 years of age and more than half of all new infections are to people younger than 25 years. Clearly, there is a need to identify and implement effective ...
    • Gender-sensitive reporting in medical research. 

      Heidari, Shirin.; Abdool Karim, Quarraisha.; Auerbach, Judith D.; Buitendijk, Simone E.; Cahn, Pedro.; Curno, Mirjam J.; Hankins, Catherine.; Katabira, Elly.; Kippax, Susan.; Marlink, Richard.; Marsh, Joan.; Marusic, Ana.; Nass, Heidi M.; Montaner, Julio.; Pollitzer, Elizabeth.; Ruiz-Cantero, Maria Teresa.; Sherr, Lorraine.; Sow, Papa Salif.; Squires, Kathleen.; Wainberg, Mark A. (BioMed Central., 2012-03)
      Sex and gender differences influence the health and wellbeing of men and women. Although studies have drawn attention to observed differences between women and men across diseases, remarkably little research has ...
    • How ethical is your clinical trial? 

      Miller, Lori.; Folayan, Morenike.; Allman, Dan.; Nkala, Busisiwe.; Kasirye, Lilian Mutengu.; Mingote, Laia Ruiz.; Calazans, Gabriela.; Mburu, Rosemary.; Ntombela, Fanelesibonge.; Ditmore, Melissa. (John Wiley & Sons., 2010)
      Is Institutional Review Board (IRB) approval and a rigorous informed consent process enough? It is our view that this is no longer the case. Conventional research ethics emphasise the importance of weighing the risks and ...