Good Participatory Practice: Guidelines for Biomedical HIV Prevention Trials. Second edition.

This 88-page document outlines good participatory practice (GPP) guidelines and systematic guidance on how trial funders, sponsors, and implementers can effectively engage with all stakeholders in the design and conduct of biomedical HIV prevention trials. The GPP guidelines are divided into three main sections: the importance of and need for GPP in biomedical HIV prevention trials, guiding principles of GPP, and optimal GPP practices for biomedical HIV prevention trials.

Length: 
88
Year: 
2011
Organization: 
United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, AVAC
Languages: 
Arabic
Chinese
English
French
Khmer
Portuguese
Russian
Spanish
Thai
Vietnamese