Explorations in… Panel Series
Community engagement in the research process is a central goal of IRBs, and it is of utmost importance to take into account the diverse views and voices of stakeholders in research, including human subjects and other parties involved. The projects being presented in this panel include the creation of a community oversight board to connect community members to research and protect their interests, a webpage to share research publications with participants, and a study of participant attitudes toward HIV and sexual health research with migrant sex workers in Mexico.
Amplifying the Voices of Participants and their Communities: Developing an Independent Community Oversight Board on Research with Human Participants
Bethany Hansen, MA
Enhancing the Ethical Conduct of HIV Research with Migrant Sex Workers: Empirical Research on Human Rights, Policy, and Social Contextual Considerations
Shira Goldenberg, PhD, MSc
Reciprocity as a Guiding Principle when Returning Scientific Results to the Community
Katie Huber, PhD, CIP