Understanding Community-Based Processes for Research Ethics Review: A National Study
Wong, Kristine A
Baden, Andrea Corage
Seifer, Sarena D
American journal of public health 2011 Dec; 101 Suppl 1: S359-64
Institutional review boards (IRBs), designed to protect individual study participants, do not routinely assess community consent, risks, and benefits. Community groups are establishing ethics review processes to determine whether and how research is conducted in their communities. To strengthen the ethics review of community-engaged research, we sought to identify and describe these processes.
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Relationships Between Community-Based Processes for Research Ethics Review and Institution-Based IRBs: A National Study Shore, Nancy; Drew, Elaine; Brazauskas, Ruta; Seifer, Sarena D (2011-06)Community groups are implementing research ethics review processes to determine whether and how research is conducted in their communities. We report on a survey of 109 of these community-based review processes about their ...