GPP @ 10

A decade ago, UNAIDS and AVAC published the Good Participatory Practice Guidelines for Biomedical HIV Prevention Trials (GPP). Created to provide a consistent global standard for stakeholder engagement across the research life-cycle, GPP has emerged as a point of reference for how to engage stakeholders. It has also given rise to a robust community of practice.

After ten years of implementation, AVAC offers a look back at GPP and a vision for its future — and we explain why GPP’s true potential lies in the hands not just of research groups, but of civil society, trials participants, and an array of stakeholders in the research endeavor.

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