"We're giving you something so we get something in return": Perspectives on research participation and compensation among people living with HIV who use drugs.

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BACKGROUND Compensation for participating in research has been a fundamental element of the research apparatus despite concerns about its impact on incentivising participation. Researchers and research ethics boards acknowledge that compensation may prompt structurally vulnerable populations, such as people who use drugs (PWUD), to engage in research… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.drugpo.2016.09.004

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@article{Collins2017WereGY, title={"We're giving you something so we get something in return": Perspectives on research participation and compensation among people living with HIV who use drugs.}, author={Alexandra B. Collins and Carol Strike and Adrian Guta and Rosalind Baltzer Turje and Patrick McDougall and Surita Parashar and Ryan McNeil}, journal={The International journal on drug policy}, year={2017}, volume={39}, pages={92-98} }