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The links on this page are meant to assist researchers in preparing their application for review of research involving human subjects in accordance with the guidelines set forth by the University. Human Research Protection Program staff also developed a downloadable guide to provide more information. Download the Protecting Human Subject Guide.
Guidance on consent forms, recruitment, obtaining consent, and details on what must be included on these forms and how to avoid problems when creating them. This section also contains some assistance regarding consent form language, best pratices, and a few templates are provided.
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Outreach Notebook for the NIH Guidelines on Inclusion of Women and Minorities as Subjects in Clinical Research (pdf) - To help investigators to understand and comply with the NIH's inclusion policies
National Congress of American Indians Policy Research Center (NCAI PRC) has provided two research strategy papers to detail maximizing benefits and minimizing potential harms.
Describes different ways to institutionalize research regulation in communities.
Provides a detailed discussion of each stage of research review from study proposals to publications, and serves as a guide for communities to consult in the review process.
Granted in "Emergency Use" cases for drugs or devices, typically life-threatening, situations.
Outlines Specific Documents Which Demonstrate Compliance For Sponsors and Regulatory Agencies
For guidance on the consent forms, recruitment, and obtaining consent, see: Consent Process & Forms
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