Legal and ethical aspects of HIV-related research by Sana Loue

By Sana Loue

This specified quantity summarizes the fundamental felony and moral ideas relating to HIV learn, impressive a stability among concept and perform. the writer bargains useful feedback for the implementation of those ideas and combine them with a dialogue of proper medical examine ideas. The book's association follows the series of a research: pre-study making plans, matters which could come up through the process the research, and concerns that come up after the study's end. positive aspects contain pattern kinds that may be followed to be used, explanatory tables and figures, and the quotation of examples particular to HIV learn.

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1986), and the politics of enrolling such an individual in a study. Not uncommonly, individual’s infected with HIV will execute durable powers of attorney for health care or general powers of attorney. These documents permit an individual to designate another to act as his or her decision maker in specific situations when he or she is unable to make decisions because of physical or mental incapacity. In some cases, the HIV-infected individual may have designated an individual to make GOVERNING PRINCIPLES 23 determinations regarding the HIV-infected individual’s participation in experimental research.

An Unclear Result 1. Sometimes a test result is not negative and it is not positive. I can’t tell what my HIV result is. 2. ” 3. An unclear result does not mean that I have HIV. 4. An unclear result does not mean that I do not have HIV. 5. An unclear result means that I do not know if I have HIV. A Negative Test Result 1. A negative result may mean that I do not have HIV. 2. Informed consent and agreement to HIV testing. GOVERNING PRINCIPLES 33 2. Sometimes, a person may be infected but have a negative result.

3. I understand that the study will try to keep my HIV test results private from other people. A Positive Test Result 1. A positive test result means that I can spread the HIV virus. 2. A positive test result means that I can spread the HIV virus to other people by having sex. 3. A positive test result means that I can spread the HIV virus to other people by sharing needles. 4. A positive test result does not mean that I have AIDS. 5. If my test result is positive, I may feel upset. I may feel that other people treat me badly if they learn my test result.

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