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Qualitative methods in drug abuse and HIV research [publication] /

by Lambert, Elizabeth Y [edt]; Ashery, Rebecca Sager [edt]; Needle, Richard H [edt].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Rockville : DHHS (US Department of Health and Human Services), 1995Description: IV, 267 p. ; 23 cm.MeSH subject(s): Substance-Related Disorders | HIV Infections | HIV Infections | Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome | Quality Control | Focus Groups | Epidemiologic Measurements | Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome -- transmission | Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome -- epidemiology | Focus Groups -- utilization | Focus Groups -- methods | HIV Infections -- epidemiology | Substance-Related Disorders -- epidemiology | Substance-Related Disorders -- ethnology | Substance-Related Disorders -- prevention & control | United States | CongressesAddiction suisse subject(s): Drogen | Aids | Forschung | Qualitative Forschung | Konsummuster | Methode | FrauPUBLICATION TYPE SAPHIR: MonographSummary: [Table des matières] 1. Qualitative research methods in drug and AIDS prevention research : an overview. 2. The role of qualitative research in the global programme on AIDS at the World Health Organization. 3. Drug use, AIDS, and ethnography : advanced ethnographic research methods exploring the HIV epidemic. 4. Determining drug use patterns among women : the value of qualitative research methods. 5. Applying the methodology of participant observation to the study of injection-related HIV risks. 6. The daily life of heroin-addicted persons : the biography of specific methodology. 7. Hitting a moving target : the use of ethnographic methods in the development of sampling strategies for the evaluation of AIDS outreach programs for homeless youth in New York City. 8. Using focus groups in drug abuse and HIV/AIDS research. 9. Qualitative research considerations and other issues in the study of methamphetamine use among men who have sex with other men. 10. Team research methods for studyying intranasal heroin use and its HIV risks. 11. Multimethod research from targeted sampling to HIV risk environments. 12. Ethnography and the evaluation of needle exchange in the prevention of HIV transmission.
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[Table des matières] 1. Qualitative research methods in drug and AIDS prevention research : an overview. 2. The role of qualitative research in the global programme on AIDS at the World Health Organization. 3. Drug use, AIDS, and ethnography : advanced ethnographic research methods exploring the HIV epidemic. 4. Determining drug use patterns among women : the value of qualitative research methods. 5. Applying the methodology of participant observation to the study of injection-related HIV risks. 6. The daily life of heroin-addicted persons : the biography of specific methodology. 7. Hitting a moving target : the use of ethnographic methods in the development of sampling strategies for the evaluation of AIDS outreach programs for homeless youth in New York City. 8. Using focus groups in drug abuse and HIV/AIDS research. 9. Qualitative research considerations and other issues in the study of methamphetamine use among men who have sex with other men. 10. Team research methods for studyying intranasal heroin use and its HIV risks. 11. Multimethod research from targeted sampling to HIV risk environments. 12. Ethnography and the evaluation of needle exchange in the prevention of HIV transmission.