Providing monetary and non-monetary goods to research participants in Zambia

Factors considered when offering monetary goods

- compensation for time, transport, parking etc.

- required by Research Ethics Committee

- difficulty in recruiting

- wage rate

Factors considered when offering non-monetary goods

- advised by the community

- used previously by self or colleague

- required by Research Ethics Committee

- reward participants for their time

- food offered as lunch

- non-monetary goods deemed more appropriate

- difficulty in recruiting

All participating Research Ethics Committees confirmed that they review health research involving human participants and most of them were unable to provide the policy for review.

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