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Prisoners as research subjects

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Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

prisoners asresearch subjects

Part Two: Certification and IRB Review

Developed by:

U-MIC

University of Michigan IRB Collaborative


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

federal regulations

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

certification and

IRB review

Prisoners as research subjects:

federal regulations

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL

research must fall under one of the permissible categories

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL

research must fall under one of the permissible categories

appeal of benefits must not present undue influence

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL

research must fall under one of the permissible categories

appeal of benefits must not present undue influence

prisoners must not face extra risks

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL

research must fall under one of the permissible categories

appeal of benefits must not present undue influence

prisoners must not face extra risks

subject selection must be fair

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL

research must fall under one of the permissible categories

appeal of benefits must not present undue influence

prisoners must not face extra risks

subject selection must be fair

language must be clear to prisoners

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL

research must fall under one of the permissible categories

appeal of benefits must not present undue influence

prisoners must not face extra risks

subject selection must be fair

language must be clear to prisoners

participation must not influence parole decisions

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL

research must fall under one of the permissible categories

appeal of benefits must not present undue influence

prisoners must not face extra risks

subject selection must be fair

language must be clear to prisoners

participation must not influence parole decisions

follow-up must be feasible for prisoners

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

CRITERIA FOR APPROVAL

research must fall under one of the permissible categories

appeal of benefits must not present undue influence

prisoners must not face extra risks

subject selection must be fair

language must be clear to prisoners

participation must not influence parole decisions

follow-up must be feasible for prisoners

Developed by:

U-MIC


Prisoners as research subjects

Prisoners as research subjects:

certification and IRB review

  • federal

    • Bureau of Prisons

  • state

    • Michigan Department of Corrections

  • local

  • warden

  • federally funded research

    OHRP

    (federal government)

    certification

    Developed by:

    U-MIC


    Prisoners as research subjects

    Prisoners as research subjects:

    certification and IRB review

    PERMISSIBLE CATEGORIES

    of research involving prisoners

    • causes, effects, and processes of criminal behavior and incarceration

    • prisons as institutions or prisoners as inmates

    • conditions common among prisoners

    • direct benefit

    Developed by:

    U-MIC


    Prisoners as research subjects

    Prisoners as research subjects:

    certification and IRB review

    • federal

      • Bureau of Prisons

  • state

    • Michigan Department of Corrections

  • local

  • warden

  • non-federally

    funded research

    OVPR

    (University of Michigan)

    certification

    Developed by:

    U-MIC


    Prisoners as research subjects

    Prisoners as research subjects:

    certification and IRB review

    waivers

    alterations

    expedited review

    exemptions

    permitted

    permitted

    full-board review recommended

    not permitted

    Developed by:

    U-MIC


    Thank you

    Brian Seabolt

    IRBMED

    thank you.

    Developed by:

    U-MIC


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