Kate MacQueen, PhD, MPHSenior Scientist, Social and Behavioral Health Sciences
Areas of expertise
- Social, behavioral and ethical aspects of biomedical HIV prevention trials
- Community-based participatory research
- Stakeholder engagement
- Mixed methods research
- Gender dynamics
Projects & Resources
The Building Healthy Communities project is focused on building evidence that integrated, multisector efforts to improve community health are more effective than nonintegrated approaches.
FHI 360 developed and introduced innovative HIV prevention technologies — including microbicides and antiretrovirals — and worked with local partners to address the need for HIV prevention options, particularly for women.
This manual provides research staff of HIV prevention clinical trials with strategies to support adherence to the use of antiretroviral-based vaginal rings and potentially other HIV prevention products.
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Developing a framework for evaluating ethical outcomes of good participatory practices in TB clinical drug trials
MacQueen KM, Eley NT, Frick M, Mingote LR, Chou A, Seidel SS, Hannah S, Hamilton C
J Empir Res Hum Res Ethics 2016 Jul; 11(3): 203-13. [Journal Impact Factor: 1.146]
With the growing acceptance of community engagement and participatory strategies in clinical research, evaluation of the benefits and burdens are needed. Working with global tuberculosis (TB) stakeholders, the authors developed a theory of change evaluation framework for the Good Participatory Practice Guidelines for TB Drug Trials. The framework is a first step in systematically evaluating participatory research in clinical trials.