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Downloadable HIV Prevention and Drug Use
Research Ethics Faculty Lectures

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FOUNDATIONS OF EVIDENCE-BASED RESEARCH ETHICS
Addiction Research Ethics and the Belmont Principles: Do Drug Users Have a Different
Moral Voice?

Celia Fisher, Fordham University
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Research Ethics: Historical Landmarks and Ethical Principles
Kaveh Khoshnood, Yale University
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Scientific and Ethical Challenges of HIV Prevention Trials
Sean Philpott, Union Graduate College - Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Protecting Human Subjects in HIV Prevention Research: IRB Review
Susan Fish, Boston University
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Application of Federal Regulations to IRB Review of HIV Prevention Research: Case
Studies of Research on U.S. Immigrants
E. Doyle McCarthy, Fordham University
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Developing and Psychometrically Evaluating Questionnaires: Measures of Moral Stress
Among Drug Research Frontline Staff

Celia B. Fisher, Fordham University
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Do Researchers Have a Duty to Warn Third Parties At-Risk for HIV Transmission?
Celia B. Fisher, Fordham University
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Designing Research on Researth Ethics
Celia B. Fisher, Fordham University
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Providing Hope in the Midst of Despair: A Person-Centered Response to the AIDS
Epidemic: Ethical Principles Moving Forward

Timothy P. Flanigan, Brown University
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Disparities in Prescribing Behavior for HIV+ IDUs
Jennifer Hettema, University of New Mexico
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Designing Empirical Research in Scientific Ethics
Gerald P. Koocher, DePaul University
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Surveying Ethical Attitudes on Research Risks and Benefits: Case Example of Sexuality
Research Involving YMSM

Brian Mustanski, Northwestern University
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Ethical Issues in PrEP Research
Sean Philpott, Union Graduate College
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT AND CONSULTATION
Engaging Communities and Institutions in HIV Prevention Research
Claudia Moreno, Columbia University
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Ethical Engagement of Communities, Institutions and Service Providers for HIV Prevention
Research

Joann Casado, Bronx Community Research Review Board
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
How to Utilize CABs in Fellows' MRP
Claudia Moreno, Dominican College
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
INFORMED CONSENT AND CULTURAL COMPETENCE
Enhancing HIV Vaccine Trial Consent Preparedness Among Street Drug Users
Celia Fisher, Fordham University
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Neurocognitive and Cultural Factors Influencing Informed Consent in HIV+ and At-Risk
Populations

Monica Rivera Mindt, Fordham University
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Multicultural Competence and HIV Prevention Research Ethics
Joseph Ponterotto, Fordham University
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Informed Consent in Research Involving Drug Use
Sherry Deren & Angela Banfield, New York University
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Enhancing HIV Vaccine Trial Preparedness Among Street Drug Users
Celia B. Fisher, Fordham University
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Neurocognitive and Cultural Factors Influencing Informed Consent in HIV-Positive
and At-Risk Populations
Monica Rivera Mindt, Fordham University
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
RECRUITMENT, COMPENSATION, AND IMPLEMENTATION
Strategies for the Empirical Study of Ethical Practices for Recruitment and Compensation
Lloyd Goldsamt, National Development and Research Institutes
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Defining Standards of Prevention in HIV Prevention Trials
Sean Philpott, Union Graduate College - Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Legal, Ethical, Professional, and Moral Dilemmas Encountered During Ethnographic
Research in the Inner City

Eloise Dunlap, National Development and Research Institutes
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
CONFIDENTIALITY AND RISK OF PARTNER VIOLENCE
Confidentiality in National and International Epidemiological HIV Prevention Research
Lloyd Goldsamt, National Development and Research Institutes
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
HIV Research Involving Adolescents: Drug Abuse and Other Stigmatizing Behaviors
Lloyd Goldsamt, National Development and Research Institutes
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Privacy, Confidentiality, and Disclosure in HIV Research: Partner Abuse and Discordant
Couples

Claudia Moreno, Columbia University
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Women, Intimate Partner Violence, and HIV Prevention Trials
Sean Philpott, Union Graduate College - Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Privacy, Confidentiality and Disclosures in HIV Research Involving Potential Violence
Against Women and HIV Discordant Partners: HIV Research Involving Couples
Janie Simmons, National Development and Research Institute
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
ETHICAL ISSUES IN RESEARCH INVOLVING NEW TECHNOLOGIES
Ethical Issues in the Use of the Internet and Other Technologies
Lisa Marsch, Dartmouth College
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Ethical Issues in the Use of the Internet and Other Technologies
Lisa Marsch, Dartmouth College
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Ethical Challenges Using Mobile Technology for HIV Prevention Research Involving MSM
Brian Mustanski, Northwestern University
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
ETHICAL ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL RESEARCH
Ethical Assessment of an Ongoing Vaccine Trial: The Bangkok Experience
Ruth Macklin, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Ethical Issues in Biomedical HIV Prevention Trials
Ruth Macklin, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Cultural and Ethical Relativism
Ruth Macklin, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Post-Trial Access to Beneficial Products of Research: An Ethical Obligation
Ruth Macklin, Albert Einstein College of Medicine
Presented July 2013 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
NIH FUNDING AND PILOT STUDIES
Considerations for NIDA/NIH Funding in HIV/AIDS Ethics Research
Richard Jenkins, Prevention Research Branch, NIDA
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
HIV/AIDS Ethics Research at NIH
Richard Jenkins, Prevention Research Branch, NIDA
Presented July 2011 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
WRITING FOR PUBLICATION, PRESENTATION AND GRANT PROPOSALS
Writing for the Peer-Reviewed Literature
Sean Philpott, Union Graduate College - Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute
Writing Grants
Sean Philpott, Union Graduate College - Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
Presented July 2012 at the Fordham HIV Prevention Research Ethics Training Institute



 
    

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