Conduct research on the topic of the Institutional Review Board

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Conduct research on the topic of the Institutional Review Board and address the following in a 2-3 page Word document:

  • Identify and explain the primary priorities and responsibilities of the IRB.
  • Identify an organization that involves human research subject. Describe the specified guidelines (of your chosen organization) that are stated for conducting research on children, women, minorities, and cognitively impaired subjects.

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henryprofessor
School: UCLA

Attached.

Institutional Review Board - Outline
Thesis Statement: An Institutional Review Board (IRB) is a Federal and State
regulatory establishment, and a critical element of the research enterprise, mandated
with the reviewing and approving all research activities involving human participants

I.

Identification and explanation of the primary priorities and responsibilities of
the IRB.

II.

An organization that involves human research subject and description of the
specified guidelines that are stated for conducting research on children,
women, minorities, and cognitively impaired subjects.


Running head: INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD

Institutional Review Board
Name
Institution

1

INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARD

2

Institutional Review Board
All academic and non-academic research activities are always guided or governed by a
set body of rules and regulations meant to ensure that the outcomes are consistent and hence
reliable at all times. As such, an Institutional Review Board (IRB) is a Federal and State
regulatory establishment, and a critical element of the research enterprise, mandated with the
reviewing and approving all research activities involving human participants (Institutional
Review Board, 2007). The organ was established to boost the federal government's desire to
streamline various processes to ensure maximum protection of human subjects in research.
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Outstanding Job!!!!

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