Cultural Feasibility Studies in Preparation for Clinical Trials to Reduce Maternal-Infant HIV Transmission in Haiti
Ruff, Andrea J.
Hausler, Harry P.
Halsey, Neal A.
AIDS Education and Prevention 1998 February; 10(1): 46-62
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Cultural Feasibility Studies in Preparation for Clinical Trials to Reduce Maternal-Infant HIV Transmission in Haiti Coreil, Jeannine; Losikoff, Phyllis; Pincu, Rachel; Mayard, Gladys; Ruff, Andrea J.; Hausler, Harry P.; Desormeau, Julio; Davis, Homer; Boulos, Reginald; Halsey, Neal A. (1998-02)A cultural feasibility study is defined as one that investigates scientific as well as ethical, behavioral, and social issues in the design of clinical trials. The value of such a broadly defined assessment is illustrated through ...
The Conduct of Clinical Trials of Maternal-Infant Transmission of HIV Supported by the United States Department of Health in Developing Countries: A Summary of the Needs of Developing Countries, the Scientific Applications, and the Ethical Considerations Assessed by the National Institutes of Health and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention 1994-1997 Includes as an Appendix: Recommendations From the Meeting on Mother-to-Infant Transmission of HIV by Use of Antiretrovirals, Geneva 23-25 June 1994 Unknown author (United States. Department of Health and Human Services, 1997-07)