People who inject drugs

Barnett, P. G., Hall, S. M., Haug, N. A., Sorensen, J. L., & Wong, W. (2008). Effect of incentives for medication adherence on health care use and costs in methadone patients with HIV. Drug Alcohol Dependence, 1, 115-121.
Research risks and benefitsPeople living with HIVPeople who inject drugsClinical trialsHealth-care facilitiesUnited StatesQuantitative (QT)

Bell, K., & Salmon, A. (2011). What women who use drugs have to say about ethical research: findings of an exploratory qualitative study.  Journal of empirical research on human research ethics, 6, 84-98.
Research risks and benefitsResearch trust and mistrustPeople at risk for or with substance abuse addictionsPeople who inject drugsClinical trials, Survey researchEthics educationCommunity organizationsCanadaQualitative (QL)

DuBois, J. M., O’Leary, C. C., & Cottler, L. B. (2009).The attitudes of females in drug court toward additional safeguards in HIV prevention research. Prevention Science, 10(4), 345-352.
Informed consent (adults), Research risks and benefits, Adults (other), Incarcerated, detained, or previously incarcerated individuals, People at risk for HIV, People at risk for or with other STIs, People at risk for or with other substance abuse addictions, People who inject drugs, Community-engaged research, Prisons, United StatesQualitative (QL)

Eisingerich, A. B., et al. (2012). Attitudes and Acceptance of Oral and Parenteral HIV Preexposure Prophylaxis among Potential User Groups: A Multinational Study. PLoS ONE 7(1): e28238.
Research risks and benefits, Stigma, Adults (other), People at risk for HIV, People at risk for or with other STIs, People involved in sex work, People who inject drugs, Sexual and gender minorities, Community-engaged research, Community organizations, Health-care facilities, Botswana, India, Kenya, Peru, South Africa, Uganda, UkraineQuantitative (QT)

Festinger, D. S., Arabia, P. L., Croft, J. R., Dugosh, K. L., & Marlowe, D. B. (2008). Higher magnitude cash payments improve research follow-up rates without increasing drug use or perceived coercion.  Drug Alcohol Dependence, 96 (1-2), 128-135.
Research risks and benefitsVoluntariness and self-efficacyPeople at risk for HIV, People at risk for or with other STIs, People at risk for or with other substance abuse addictionsPeople who inject drugs, Clinical trials, Health-care facilitiesUnited StatesQuantitative (QT)

Fisher, C. B. (2011). Addiction research ethics and the Belmont principles: Do drug users have a different moral voice? Substance Use and Misuse, 46 (6), 728-741.
Confidentiality and privacyResearch misconductPeople at risk for or with other substance abuse addictionsPeople who inject drugsSurvey researchCommunity organizations, United StatesMixed methods (MM)

Fisher, C. B. (2010). Enhancing HIV Vaccine Trial Consent Preparedness Among Street Drug Users. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 5 (2), 65-80.
Informed consent (adults), Research trust and mistrust, Adults (other), People at risk for HIV, People at risk for or with other STIs, People who inject drugs, Clinical trials,Neighborhoods, United StatesMixed methods (MM)

Fry, C. & Dwyer, R. (2001). For love or money? An exploratory study of why injecting drug users participate in research. Addiction, 96, 1319-1325.
Research risks and benefitsPeople at risk for or with other substance abuse addictionsPeople who inject drugsSurvey researchCommunity organizations, Australia, Mixed methods (MM)

Kostick, K. M., Weeks, M., & Mosher, H. (2014). Participant and staff experiences in a peed-delivered HIV prevention with injection drug users. JERHRE, 9 (1), 6-18.
Clinical efficacyInvestigator practices and perspectives, Research misconductInvestigatorsPeople at risk for HIVPeople who inject drugsCommunity-engaged researchCommunity organizationsUnited StatesQualitative (QL)

Meyers, K., Metzger, D. S., Navaline, H., Woody, G. E., & McLellan, A. T. (1994). HIV vaccine trials: Will intravenous drug users enroll? American Journal of Public Health, 84(5), 761-766.
Voluntariness and self-efficacyPeople at risk for HIV, People who inject drugs, Clinical trials, Health-care facilitiesUnited StatesQuantitative (QT)

Oransky, M., Fisher, C. B., Mahadevan, M., & Singer, M. (2009). Barriers and opportunities for recruitment for nonintervention studies on HIV risk: Perspectives of street drug users. Substance Use& Misuse, 44, 1642-1659.
Research risks and benefitsResearch trust and mistrust, StigmaPeople at risk for HIV, People who inject drugsCommunity organizationsUnited StatesQualitative (QL)

Scott, G. (2008). They got their program, and I got mine: A cautionary tale concerning the ethical implications of using respondent-driven sampling to study injection drug users. International Journal of Drug Policy, 19, 42-51.
Randomization, Research risks and benefits, People at risk for HIV, People who inject drugs, United States, Qualitative (QL)

Slomka, J., McCurdy, S., Ratliff, E. A., Timpson, S., & Williams, M. L. (2007). Perceptions of financial payment for research participation among African-American drug users in HIV studies. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 22, 1403-1409. Stirley, C. L. W., Callahan, C., & Cottler, L. B. (2008). Enrolling, retaining, and benefiting out-of-treatment drug users in intervention research. Journal of Empirical Research on Human Research Ethics, 3(3), 19-25.
Research risks and benefits, People at risk for HIV, People who inject drugs, Survey research, Neighborhoods, United States, Qualitative (QL)

Slomka, J., Ratliff, E. A., McCurdy, S. A., Timpson, S., & Williams, M.L. (2008). Decisions to participate in research: Views of underserved minority drug users with or at risk for HIV. AIDS Care, 20(10), 1224-1232.
Research risks and benefits, Voluntariness and self-efficacy, People at risk for HIV, People who inject drugs, Clinical trials, Health-care facilities, United States, Qualitative (QL)

Slomka, J., Ratliff, E. A., McCurdy, S., Timpson, S., & Williams, M. L. (2008). Perceptions of Risk in Research Participation Among Underserved Minority Drug Users. Substance Use & Misuse, 43(11), 1643-1655.
Research risks and benefits, People at risk for HIV, People who inject drugs, Clinical trials,Survey research, Community organizations, United StatesQualitative (QL)

Sugarman, J., Corneli, A., Donnell, D., Liu, T., Rose, S., Celentano, D., & … Metzger, D. (2011). Are there adverse consequences of quizzing during informed consent for HIV research?. Journal Of Medical Ethics, 37(11), 693-697.
Informed consent (adults), People at risk for HIV, People who inject drugs, Clinical trials,Health-care facilities, China, Thailand, Quantitative (QT)

Uuskula, A., Johnston, L. G., Raag, M., Trummal, A., Talu, A., & Des Jarlais, D. C. (2010). Evaluating recruitment among female sex workers and injecting drug users at risk for HIV using respondent-driven sampling in Estonia. Journal of Urban Health: Bulletin of the New York Academy of Medicine, 87(2), 304-317.
Randomization, People at risk for HIV, People involved in sex work, People who inject drugs, Estonia, Mixed Methods (MM)

Yin, L., Zhang, Y., Qian, H., Rui, B., Zhang, L., Zhu, J., Shao, Y. (2008). Willingness of Chinese injection drug users to participate in HIV vaccine trials. Vaccine, 26, 762-768.
Voluntariness and self-efficacy, People at risk for HIV, People who inject drugs, Clinical trials, Neighborhoods, China, Quantitative (QT)

 

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