Published on in Vol 20, No 7 (2018): July

Privacy, Trust, and Data Sharing in Web-Based and Mobile Research: Participant Perspectives in a Large Nationwide Sample of Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United States

Privacy, Trust, and Data Sharing in Web-Based and Mobile Research: Participant Perspectives in a Large Nationwide Sample of Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United States

Privacy, Trust, and Data Sharing in Web-Based and Mobile Research: Participant Perspectives in a Large Nationwide Sample of Men Who Have Sex With Men in the United States

Authors of this article:

H. Jonathon Rendina 1, 2 Author Orcid Image ;   Brian Mustanski 3 Author Orcid Image

Journals

  1. Pasipanodya E, Kohli M, Fisher C, Moore D, Curtis B. Perceived risks and amelioration of harm in research using mobile technology to support antiretroviral therapy adherence in the context of methamphetamine use: a focus group study among minorities living with HIV. Harm Reduction Journal 2020;17(1) View
  2. Bragard E, Fisher C, Curtis B. “They know what they are getting into:” Researchers confront the benefits and challenges of online recruitment for HIV research. Ethics & Behavior 2020;30(7):481 View
  3. Antebi-Gruszka N, Talan A, Reisner S, Rendina H. Sociodemographic and behavioural factors associated with testing for HIV and STIs in a US nationwide sample of transgender men who have sex with men. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2020;96(6):422 View
  4. Grov C, Westmoreland D, Rendina H, Nash D. Seeing Is Believing? Unique Capabilities of Internet-Only Studies as a Tool for Implementation Research on HIV Prevention for Men Who Have Sex With Men: A Review of Studies and Methodological Considerations. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2019;82(3):S253 View
  5. Hubach R, O’Neil A, Stowe M, Giano Z, Curtis B, Fisher C. Perceived Confidentiality Risks of Mobile Technology-Based Ecologic Momentary Assessment to Assess High-Risk Behaviors Among Rural Men Who Have Sex with Men. Archives of Sexual Behavior 2021;50(4):1641 View
  6. Nash D, Stief M, MacCrate C, Mirzayi C, Patel V, Hoover D, Pantalone D, Golub S, Millett G, D’Angelo A, Westmoreland D, Grov C. A Web-Based Study of HIV Prevention in the Era of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis Among Vulnerable HIV-Negative Gay and Bisexual Men, Transmen, and Transwomen Who Have Sex With Men: Protocol for an Observational Cohort Study. JMIR Research Protocols 2019;8(9):e13715 View
  7. Macapagal K, Li D, Clifford A, Madkins K, Mustanski B. The CAN-DO-IT Model: a Process for Developing and Refining Online Recruitment in HIV/AIDS and Sexual Health Research. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2020;17(3):190 View
  8. Hochheiser H, Valdez R. Human-Computer Interaction, Ethics, and Biomedical Informatics. Yearbook of Medical Informatics 2020;29(01):093 View
  9. John S, Robles G, Starks T, Rendina H. Differences Between Groups of Pre-exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Using Couples in HIV-Negative/Unknown Relationships. JAIDS Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 2019;81(4):419 View
  10. Fisher C, Bragard E, Bloom R. Ethical Considerations in HIV eHealth Intervention Research: Implications for Informational Risk in Recruitment, Data Maintenance, and Consent Procedures. Current HIV/AIDS Reports 2020;17(3):180 View
  11. Rendina H, Talan A, Sizemore K, Tavella N, Salfas B, Shalhav O, Westmoreland D, Mustanski B, Rodríguez-Díaz C. Examining inequities in rates of undiagnosed HIV and rectal STIs in a large nationwide cohort study of sexual minority men. Sexually Transmitted Infections 2021:sextrans-2021-055047 View

Books/Policy Documents

  1. Martinez-Martin N. Ethical Dimensions of Commercial and DIY Neurotechnologies. View
  2. Mukul I, Hasan M, Zahid Hassan M. Intelligent Computing and Optimization. View