'Relief of oppression': An organizing principle for researchers' obligations to participants in observational studies in the developing world
作者: Upshur Ross EGKimani JoshuaBandewar Sunita VSLavery James VPlummer Frances ASinger Peter A
刊名: BMC Public Health, 2010, Vol.10 (1)
来源数据库: Directory of Open Access Journals
DOI: 10.1186/1471-2458-10-384
原始语种摘要: Abstract Background A central question in the debate about exploitation in international research is whether investigators and sponsors from high-income countries (HIC) have obligations to address background conditions of injustice in the communities in which they conduct their research, beyond the healthcare and other research-related needs of participants, to aspects of their basic life circumstances. Discussion In this paper, we describe t he Majengo sexually transmitted disease (STD) Cohort study, a long-term prospective, observational cohort of sex workers in Nairobi, Kenya. Despite important scientific contributions and a wide range of benefits to the women of the cohort, most of the women have remained in the sex trade during their long-standing participation in the cohort,...
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  • observational 观察的
  • oppression 抑制
  • benefits 津贴费
  • international 国际的
  • their 他们的
  • world 世界
  • principle 原理
  • organizing 组织
  • trade 买卖
  • research