4 edition of Qualitative methods in drug abuse and HIV research found in the catalog.
by U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, Public Health Service, National Institutes of Health, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research, Supt. of Docs., U.S. G.P.O., distributor] in Rockville, MD (5600 Fishers Lane, Rockville 20857), [Washington, D.C
Written in English
|Statement||editors, Elizabeth Lambert, Rebecca S. Ashery, Richard H. Needle.|
|Series||NIDA research monograph ;, 157, NIH publication ;, no. 95-4025|
|Contributions||Lambert, Elizabeth Y., Ashery, Rebecca Sager, 1945-, Needle, Richard., National Institutes of Health (U.S.), National Institute on Drug Abuse. Division of Epidemiology and Prevention Research.|
|LC Classifications||RC563.2 .Q35 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||iv, 267 p. :|
|Number of Pages||267|
|LC Control Number||96113410|
Drug abuse and addiction have been inextricably linked with HIV/AIDS since the beginning of the epidemic. While intravenous drug use is well known in this regard, less recognized is the role that drug abuse plays more generally in the spread of HIV by increasing the likelihood of high-risk sex with infected partners.3 The intoxicating effects of many drugs can alter judgment and inhibition and. Current HIV Research covers all the latest and outstanding developments of HIV research by publishing original research, review articles and guest edited thematic issues. The novel pioneering work in the basic and clinical fields on all areas of HIV research covers: virus replication and gene expression, HIV assembly, virus-cell interaction, viral pathogenesis, epidemiology and transmission.
This article describes how qualitative social science research has and can contribute to the emerging field of drug and alcohol studies. An eight-stage model of formative-reformative research is presented as a heuristic to outline the different ways in which qualitative research may be used to better understand micro and macro dimensions of drug use and distribution; more effectively design Cited by: Despite clear recognition of the value of qualitative research methods within implementation studies, there remains. confusion as to which methods to use, how to best use them, and what guidance investigators should follow in their application. The Qualitative Research in Implementation Science (QualRIS) group was formed to reduce this Size: 1MB.
According to data, nearly 1 in 4 people with HIV/AIDS (%) needed treatment for alcohol or drug abuse. 8. Among people diagnosed with HIV, 12% have another psychiatric disorder or mental health issue in addition to a substance use disorder. 6 These co-morbid or “dual diagnosis” conditions can range from depression to bipolar. Qualitative Methods in Drug Abuse and HIV Research NIDA Research Monograph, Number () by Elizabeth Y. Lambert, Rebecca S. Ashery, & Richard H. Needle, Editors. Qualitative Inquiry in Psychotherapy: Research on the Common Factors by Paul Maione & .
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The ways in which qualitative methods contribute to the goal of preventing and treating drug abuse as well as associated problems, such as HIV infection, are emphasized.
Almost two decades ago, at the first workshop/technical review on qualitative research methods and ethnography sponsored by the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA), Siegal Cited by: An earlier version of this work was presented at the National Institute on Drug Abuse Technical Review: Qualitative Methods in Drug Abuse and HIV Research, JulyRepository Citation Carlson, R.
G., Siegal, H. A., & Falck, R. ().Cited by: Similar Items. Integrating cultural, observational, and epidemiological approaches in the prevention of drug abuse and HIV/AIDS / Published: () Counselling Drug Users About HIV and AIDS / by: Mulleady, Geraldine. Published: ().
Qualitative research methods in drug abuse and AIDS prevention research: An overview. In E. Lambert, R. Ashery, & R. Needle (Eds.), Qualitative methods in drug abuse and HIV research, NIDA research monograph Cited by: 1. qualitative research methods are, how they are used, and the key features required for their successful application.
The ways in which qualitative methods contribute to the goal of preventing and treating drug abuse as well as associated problems, such as HIV infection, are emphasized. Research Methods in the Study of Substance Abuse is an essential resource for health services and public health professionals, policymakers, and researchers working and training in the field of addiction.
It encourages the rigor and understanding necessary to address widespread social and public health concerns. Design and participants.
A qualitative research method was employed for this study. Purposeful sample of eligible participants was recruited between October and December from behavioral counseling centers affiliated to three medical universities in Iran: Iran University of Medical Sciences, Tehran University of Medical Sciences and Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences Cited by: 2.
The ways in which qualitative methods contribute to the goal of preventing and treating drug abuse as well as associated problems, such as HIV infection, are emphasized. Citation Information Robert G.
Carlson, Harvey A. Siegal and Russel S. Falck. This authoritative handbook reviews the most widely-used methods for studying the use and abuse of alcohol and illegal drugs. Its thorough coverage spans the range of quantitative, qualitative, and mixed-method approaches to documenting and measuring the complex psychological, behavioral, and physical experience of substance misuse and dependence, to ensure valid, useful results.
Methods. Qualitative study utilizing individual, face-to-face, semi-structured interviews exploring participants’ perceptions and behaviors putting them at risk for HIV and HCV and barriers to engaging in regular medical care after release.
Interview transcripts were coded and analyzed utilizing a team-based general inductive by: This chapter contrasts qualitative and quantitative research methods in the study of substance abuse, with a focus on qualitative research methodology.
Qualitative methods allow a researcher to. Qualitative research has also been making contributions to the expanding literature on drug treatment and its effectiveness by exploring users’ views and experiences of service provision.
Here, the use of qualitative methods is underpinned by the belief that treatment is most likely to be effective when individuals feel positive about and satisfied with the support that they by: of qualitative research methods in studies of drug abuse among hard-to- reach populations, while the latter emphasized the use of qualitative methods in the study of HIV/AIDS risk behaviors at the.
Qualitative Methods in Drug Abuse and HIV Research: Lambert, Elizabeth Y.: Books - or: Elizabeth Y. Lambert. In July the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) sponsored a technical review entitled “Qualitative Methods in Drug Abuse and HIV Research.” It represents a continuing advancement in research methodologies for understanding and intervening in the related epidemics of drug abuse and HIV.
The technical review benefits in both timing andFile Size: KB. Drawing on more than 40 years of experience conducting applied social science research and program evaluation, author Michael Quinn Patton has crafted the most comprehensive and systematic book on qualitative research and evaluation methods, inquiry frameworks, and analysis options available by: Indeed, some have suggested that qualitative research is pivotal to our understanding of the sociobehavioural aspects of HIV disease.
In describing its role to date, this article will provide illustrations of the variety of methods used by qualitative researchers to gather data, but for the sake of clarity these will be described at the outset. Reviews current applications of qualitative methods in drug abuse and HIV/AIDS prevention research.
Emphasizes use of innovative ethnographic methods of accessing hidden populations, target sampling, identifying drug use and HIV/AIDS risk-behaviors, developing culturally appropriate risk-reduction messages, implementing interventions, and evaluating program results. This article describes how qualitative social science research has and can contribute to the emerging field of drug and alcohol studies.
An eight-stage model of formative-reformative research is presented as a heuristic to outline the different ways in which qualitative research may be used to better understand micro and macro dimensions of drug use and distribution; more effectively design Cited by: Drug abuse, HIV/AIDS and stigmatisation in a Dai community in Yunnan, China China.
The study used qualitative research methods, which included participatory observations, in-depth interviews, focus-group discussions, transect walking and community mapping. A combination of different sampling strategies was used to maximise diversity of the Cited by: Due to the risk of being exposed to HIV by drug injection, all injection drugs can be linked to directly to HIV/AIDS.
Non-injection drugs are more likely to be associated HIV transmission by increasing the likelihood of risky behavior such as unprotected sex or sex with multiple partners.