HIV, International research, Prevention programs
Although there are many challenges, international HIV prevention research and program evaluation are critical to advances in the health and welfare of people around the globe. While there is an increasing amount of literature describing outcomes of international prevention programs, there is sparse information regarding the process of developing and implementing international research. This brief report describes key elements in the development of collaborative international prevention research and programmatic implementation. © The Author 2005. Published by Oxford University Pressen behalf of the New York Academy of Medicine. All rights reserved.
Journal of Urban Health
Freier, M. Catherin; McBride, Duane C.; Hopkins, Gary; Babikian, Talin; Richardson, Lloyd; and Helm, Herbert W., "The Process of Research in International Settings: From Risk Assessment to Program Development and Intervention" (2005). Faculty Publications. 2145.
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