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Qualitative Methods in Drug Abuse and HIV Research

NIDA Research Monograph, Number 157 [Printed in 1995]

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Elizabeth Y. Lambert, Rebecca S. Ashery, and Richard H. Needle

Qualitative Research Methods in Drug and AIDS Prevention Research: An Overview-----6
Robert G. Carlson, Harvey A. Siegal, and Russel S. Falck

The Role of Qualitative Research in the Global Programme on AIDS at the World Health Organization-----27
Kevin R. O'Reilly

Drug Use, AIDS, and Ethnography: Advanced Ethnographic Research Methods Exploring the HIV Epidemic-----38
Robert T. Trotter, II

Determining Drug Use Patterns Among Women: The Value of Qualitative Research Methods-----65
Claire Sterk-Elifson

Applying the Methodology of Participant Observation to the Study of Injection-Related HIV Risks-----84
Stephen Koester

The Daily Life of Heroin-Addicted Persons: The Biography of Specific Methodology-----100
Charles D. Kaplan and Elizabeth Y. Lambert

Hitting a Moving Target: The Use of Ethnographic Methods in the Development of Sampling Strategies for the Evaluation of AIDS Outreach Programs for Homeless Youth in New York City-----117
Michael C. Clatts, W. Rees Davis, and Aylin Atillasoy

Using Focus Groups in Drug Abuse and HIV/AIDS Research-----136
Michele G. Shedlin and Janet Mogg Schreiber

Qualitative Research Considerations and Other Issues in the Study of Methamphetamine Use Among Men Who Have Sex With Other Men-----156
E. Michael Gorman, Patricia Morgan, and Elizabeth Y. Lambert

Team Research Methods for Studying Intranasal Heroin Use and Its HIV Risks-----182
Lawrence J. Ouellet, W. Wayne Wiebel, and Antonio D. Jimenez

Multimethod Research from Targeted Sampling to HIV Risk Environments-----212
Ricky N. Bluthenthal and John K. Watters

Ethnography and the Evaluation of Needle Exchange in the Prevention of HIV Transmission-----231
Merrill Singer, Nancy Romero-Daza, Margaret Weeks, and Pushpinder Pelia

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