Ethics. Research. Community.

Implications of the ethical-legal framework for adolescent HIV vaccine trials--report of a consultative forum.

South African medical journal = Suid-Afrikaanse tydskrif vir geneeskunde. 
95
(9): 
682-684; 
2005. 
(English). 
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The ethical-legal framework in South Africa is in a period of transition, with a number of new developments changing the substantive principles and procedures for health research in the country. Some of the changing dynamics include both law reform and the review of ethical guidelines. This changing environment poses many complexities for researchers, research ethics committees and participating communities involved in planning, implementing and reviewing research with child participants, including HIV vaccine trials. This paper presents the major themes and outcomes of a consultative meeting convened by the HIV AIDS Vaccines Ethics Group in July 2004 for key stakeholder groups. At this forum participants discussed the complexities posed by a transitional and sometimes contradictory ethical-legal framework and how the framework could be improved to simultaneously promote critical research and the welfare of child participants.
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ISSN0256-9574