Since the beginning of the HIV epidemic, community engagement and activism have played a critical role in shaping clinical research and drug development. Community engagement in research is a complex and interactive relationship between researchers, policymakers and the community. Such engagement has been acknowledged as a critical component of successful outcomes by key health agencies, including the World Health Organization (WHO).
Authors: Polly Clayden, Jennifer M. Zech, Cadi Irvine, Imelda C. Mahaka, Angelina Namiba
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