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https://onlineethics.org/cases/graduate-research-ethics-cases-and-commentaries-volume-3-1999/does-hiv-affect-all-researchers

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Discussion Questions

What is John’s obligation to the integrity of his research project, to the research participant, to the research participant’s sex partner, to the HIV+/AIDS community, and to society at large?
How should John weigh the benefits and the harms of preserving participant confidentiality vs. breaking confidentiality?
What should John do?
Which of these suggestions, if any, fulfills John’s ethical duty as a responsible scie ntist?
He could break his guarantee of confidentiality and notify the research participants’ boyfriend.
He could maintain confidentiality and continue collecting data.
He could make an anonymous call to the participant’s boyfriend.
He could try to persuade the participant to tell her boyfriend.
He could consult with other professionals on the matter to help de cide what he should do.
He could change his informed consent in future research to include notification that confidentiality will not be maintained if participants indicate that they have placed an identified person at risk of harm