Marginalized Populations and Drug Addiction Research: Realism, Mistrust, and Misconception

TitleMarginalized Populations and Drug Addiction Research: Realism, Mistrust, and Misconception
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2008
AuthorsFisher, CB, Oransky, M, Mahadevan, M, Singer, M, Mirhej, G, Hodge, D
JournalIRB: Ethics & Human Research
Volume30
Issue3
Pagination1-9
Type of ArticleArticle
Publication Languageeng
ISSN Number01937758
Accession Number33013435
KeywordsClinical , Drug , RANDOMIZED
AbstractThe article examines the understanding of clinical trial information and expectations about randomized controlled trials in a population of active and recent drug users to participate in addiction research. It focuses on the commitment to a relational ethics that views the different social status of the population. It also investigates the themes being implemented in the study as elucidated in the article that concerns the applied treatment of drug addiction.
NotesFisher, Celia B. Oransky, Matthew Mahadevan, Meena Singer, Merrill Mirhej, Greg Hodge, Derrick; Source Info: May/Jun2008, Vol. 30 Issue 3, p1; Subject Term: CLINICAL trials; Subject Term: DRUG addiction; Subject Term: DRUG abuse; Subject Term: DRUG addicts; Subject Term: RANDOMIZED controlled trials; Number of Pages: 9p; Document Type: Article
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