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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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Challenges in Doing International Research
David Weber discusses international research considerations, including transporting specimens and reimbursing subjects.


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



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