Opportunities, ethical challenges, and lessons learned from working with peer research assistants in a multi-method HIV community-based research study in Ontario, Canada.

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We discuss ethical challenges and opportunities experienced by peer research assistants (PRAs) in a multi-method HIV community-based research study in Ontario, Canada. We review lessons learned and best practices based on our experience conducting a qualitative investigation of research priorities with diverse women living with HIV (WLWH) and implementation… (More)
DOI: 10.1525/jer.2012.7.4.10

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@article{Logie2012OpportunitiesEC, title={Opportunities, ethical challenges, and lessons learned from working with peer research assistants in a multi-method HIV community-based research study in Ontario, Canada.}, author={Carmen H Logie and Llana James and Wangari Esther Tharao and Mona Rafik Loutfy}, journal={Journal of empirical research on human research ethics : JERHRE}, year={2012}, volume={7 4}, pages={10-9} }