The Stakeholder Engagement Toolkit for HIV Prevention Trials, developed by FHI360, is a guide to engaging a wide range of key stakeholders throughout the trial lifecycle. The toolkit is based on best practices and experience of clinical trial experts and community-based advocates. It includes short case studies, tools to guide and chart progress during a trial, stakeholder identification tools and other useful documents to document work tasks and define successful engagement in terms of the local context.
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