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    Promoting Research Integrity in Africa: An African Voice of Concern on Research Misconduct and the Way Forward.Francis Kombe, Eucharia Nkechinyere Anunobi, Nyanyukweni Pandeni Tshifugula, Douglas Wassenaar, Dimpho Njadingwe, Salim Mwalukore, Jonathan Chinyama, Bodo Randrianasolo, Perpetua Akindeh, Priscilla S. Dlamini, Felasoa Noroseheno Ramiandrisoa & Naina Ranaivo - 2014 - Developing World Bioethics 14 (3):158-166.
    African researchers and their collaborators have been making significant contributions to useful research findings and discoveries in Africa. Despite evidence of scientific misconduct even in heavily regulated research environments, there is little documented information that supports prevalence of research misconduct in Africa. Available literature on research misconduct has focused on the developed world, where credible research integrity systems are already in place. Public attention to research misconduct has lately increased, calling for attention to weaknesses in current research policies and regulatory (...)
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    HIV and AIDS Stigma Violates Human Rights in Five African Countries.Leana Uys, Maureen Chirwa, Minrie Greeff, Lucy Makoae, William L. Holzemer, Thecla W. Kohi, Priscilla S. Dlamini, Joanne Naidoo & Deliwe René Phetlhu - 2006 - Nursing Ethics 4 (4):404-415.
    The situation and human rights of people living with HIV and AIDS were explored through focus groups in five African countries . A descriptive qualitative research design was used. The 251 informants were people living with HIV and AIDS, and nurse managers and nurse clinicians from urban and rural settings. NVivo™ software was used to identify specific incidents related to human rights, which were compared with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The findings revealed that the human rights of people (...)
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    HIV and AIDS Stigma Violates Human Rights in Five African Countries.Thecla W. Kohi, Lucy Makoae, Maureen Chirwa, William L. Holzemer, Deliwe RenéPhetlhu, Leana Uys, Joanne Naidoo, Priscilla S. Dlamini & Minrie Greeff - 2006 - Nursing Ethics 13 (4):404-415.
    The situation and human rights of people living with HIV and AIDS were explored through focus groups in five African countries (Lesotho, Malawi, South Africa, Swaziland and Tanzania). A descriptive qualitative research design was used. The 251 informants were people living with HIV and AIDS, and nurse managers and nurse clinicians from urban and rural settings. NVivo™ software was used to identify specific incidents related to human rights, which were compared with the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. The findings revealed (...)
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