What makes or breaks provider-researcher collaborations in HIV Research? A mixed method analysis of providers’ willingness to partner
This study identified factors that influence providers’ levels of willingness to collaborate in HIV prevention scientific research. A survey was administered to 141 providers in New York City, and analysis of the surveys found that the following factors are associated with providers’ willingness to engage with researchers: providers’ perceptions of researchers’ availability, research benefits, and agency preparedness. These findings indicate that researchers need to be socially and professionally available, future HIV research should benefit providers and consumers, and policy makers should help agency settings develop human and financial resources in preparation for research.
Pinto, R. M. (2013). What makes or breaks provider-researcher collaborations in HIV Research? A mixed method analysis of providers’ willingness to partner. Health Education & Behavior, 40(2), 223-230. Full Text.
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