Ethical considerations for conducting sexual and reproductive health research with female adolescents engaged in high-risk behaviours in China

ConclusionsOur studies suggest that it is crucial to achieve adolescents’ meaningful involvement in all levels of research and interventions, researchers need to shift their perspectives of the target population from subjects to key stakeholders in design and implementation of research.
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