Research for Sex Work 7: Ethics in Healthcare and Research

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Research for Sex Work 7: Ethics in Healthcare and Research is a peer-reviewed publication for sex workers, activists, health workers, researchers, NGO staff and policy makers. It is available in English. All issues of Research for Sex Work can be found here.

Contents include:

  • Ethical dilemmas in sex work research
    S. Wahab and L. Sloan
  • Alternate ethics, or: Telling lies to researchers
    L. Agustín
  • Collaborative research-community partnerships: The CAL-PEP case
  • From subjects to partners: Experience of a project in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
    P. Longo
  • The Tenofovir trial controversy in Cambodia. Can a trial be considered ethical if there is no long-term post-trial care?
    Kao Tha et al.
  • Hijras in sex work face discrimination in the Indian health-care system
    V. Chakrapani, P. Babu and T. Ebenezer
  • Argentinean sex workers taking care of themselves: the experience of AMMAR
    G. Irrazábal
  • Discrimination of sex workers in health-care settings in France
    G. Téqui
  • Health-care projects and the risk of NGO goal displacement
    W. Vandekerckhove
  • Female sex workers in Hong Kong: moving beyond sexual health
    W. Wong and A. Gray
  • Expanding HIV treatment options for female sex workers in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside
    J. Duddy
  • Social evils and sex work in Vietnam
    R. Rushing
  • Mandatory testing: The fear that feeds the falsehood
    V. Monet

You can download this 32 page PDF resource above. This resource is in English.