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Protecting Human Participants in Your Research and Classroom Projects. Dr. Paula Garcia McAllister, IRB Director, NAU [email protected] http://nau.edu/research/compliance/human-subjects/. Definitions.

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protecting human participants in your research and classroom projects

Protecting Human Participants in Your Research and Classroom Projects

Dr. Paula Garcia McAllister, IRB Director, NAU

[email protected]

http://nau.edu/research/compliance/human-subjects/

definitions
Definitions

Research: A systematic investigation that is designed to develop or contribute to generalizable knowledge.

Human Subject: A living individual about whom an investigator conducting research obtains:

  • data through intervention or interaction with the individual, or
  • identifiable private information.
how can human subjects research be conducted ethically
How can human subjects research be conducted ethically?

Examples for guidance come from:

  • Medical research
  • Research involving children
  • Research involving minority groups
  • Deception studies
fundamental principles
Fundamental Principles:
  • Respect for Persons
  • Beneficence
  • Justice
types of review
Types of Review

As determined by NAU IRB office staff upon review of your IRB protocol:

  • Not research
  • Exempt
  • Expedited
  • Full Board
  • Continuing
  • Amendments to research
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