Human Subjects Protections, Institutional Review Boards, and Cultural Anthropological Research
Marshall, Patricia A.
Anthropological Quarterly 2003 Spring; 76(2): 269-285
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International Analysis of Institutional Review Boards Registered With the U.S. Office of Human Research Protections Bartlett, Edward E. (2008-12)Institutional review boards form the backbone of the human subject protection system. Yet little is known about the characteristics of these committees. This study compiles and analyzes the data on 1,326 IRBs in 113 countries ...
Things Fall Apart. Can the Center Hold? Human Subjects Research Regulation and Participant Safety Review of Institutional Reveiw Boards: A Primer, by Teresa A. Williams, Richard G. Korman, Janet M. Lis and Melinda G. Murray; Evaluating The Science and Ethics of Research on Humans: A Guide for IRB Members, by Dennis J. Mazur; Clinical Research Law and Compliance Handbook, Edited by John E. Steiner; What the Doctor Didn't Say: The Hidden Truth About Medical Research, by Jerry Menikoff And Edward P. Richards DeVille, Kenneth A. (2007-10)
Borenstein, Jason (2008-07)The implications of the institutional review board (IRB) system's growing purview are examined. Among the issues discussed are whether IRBs are censoring research and whether the IRB review process fundamentally alters ...