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Challenges in Doing International Research

David Weber discusses international research considerations, including transporting specimens and reimbursing subjects.

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Collaborating Across Time Zones

Leanne Williams addresses the challenges of partnering across time zones.

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Collaboration in Honduras

Lynda Wilson describes the challenges of international collaborative research.

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Collaborative Constructs

Be mindful of culture-specific paradigms when conducting international research, advises Kenneth H. Rubin.

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Collecting DNA in Different Countries

Following local rules can be a hurdle, states Vishwajit Nimgaonkar.

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Consent in India and Egypt

Setting consent guidelines across cultures is a challenge, Vishwajit Nimgaonkar says.

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Critical Local Connections

For Margaret R. Weeks, building international connections began with sharing research findings.

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Culturally Relevant Resilience Research

Michael Ungar describes his work with the International Resilience Project.

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Dealing with Haves and Have-nots

Oscar A. Barbarin describes potential imbalances in international collaborations.

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Do Your Homework

Oscar A. Barbarin advises those who are interested in international collaborations to learn as much as they can about potential partners.

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Does Anybody Know. . .

Nalini Negi admires a method used by frontline providers to serve transnational migrants.

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Establishing an International Community-Based Research Study

Margaret R. Weeks discusses how she and a team of U.S. and Chinese researchers initiated a participatory community intervention study to promote female condoms among rural sex workers in southern China.

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Forming Collaborations in Spain

Antonio Cepeda-Benito describes benefits and challenges for international collaborations.

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Getting the Language Right

Margaret R. Weeks describes some of the challenges faced when translating a survey from a Hartford, Connecticut, context to a southern China context.

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Hold Each Other Accountable

Oscar A. Barbarin emphasizes that communication is important in any type of collaboration.

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Implementation Challenges in an International Community-Based Research Study

Margaret R. Weeks discusses how her international team addressed the challenges of implementing a participatory community intervention study to promote female condoms among rural sex workers in southern China.

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International Bipolar Research

Vishwajit Nimgaonkar talks about conducting bipolar research in India and Egypt.

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Knocking on Doors

Antonio Cepeda-Benito explains how he formed working relationships with Abilio Reig Ferrer and Jaime Vila.

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Locating the McDonald's is Not Enough

Learning about a community's culture before stepping off the plane will facilitate international research, counsels Kenneth H. Rubin

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Moving Away from American IRBs

Imposing American ethics standards in other countries should not preclude local customs, says Kenneth H. Rubin.

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Personal Relationship First

Antonio Cepeda-Benito advises that researchers working in Latino countries follow cultural norms about personal and professional relationships.

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Recruitment and Retention of Sex Worker Participants

Victoria D. Ojeda explains the partnerships that facilitate research with sex workers in Tijuana.

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Start with a Key Informant

Oscar A. Barbarin advocates forming personal contacts when looking for research opportunities.

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Studying Binational Health Issues

Victoria D. Ojeda explains how her professional experience and research interests merged.

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Studying Form and Meaning Across Cultures

Kenneth H. Rubin examined different cultural takes on behavior in a longitudinal study in China.

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Supporting Student Collaborations

Oscar A. Barbarin shares the joy of bringing international students together to do research.

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Things Don't Always Go Smoothly

Oscar A. Barbarin reveals difficulties he had when starting research in a developing country.

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Training International Staff

Vishwajit Nimgaonkar describes the hands-on training provided for international researchers.

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Using a Peer Educator System in Cambodia

Chean Men talks about his work with MoPoTsyo, an NGO that helps Cambodian villagers manage their diabetes.

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Things Don't Always Go Smoothly
Oscar A. Barbarin reveals difficulties he had when starting research in a developing country.


Culturally Relevant Resilience Research
Michael Ungar describes his work with the International Resilience Project.



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