New Report: Ensuring Community-Level Research Protections
Posted by on July 28, 2008
Just Released! New Report on Ensuring Community-Level Research Protections
CCPH is delighted to announce our newest publication, Ensuring Community-Level Research Protections, based on the recent six-part educational conference call series on Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) and Human Research Ethics co-sponsored in partnership with the Tuskegee University National Center for Bioethics in Research and Health Care. The report is intended as a resource and discussion piece for a wide variety of groups interested in learning about community-level research protections from unique perspectives.
The publication includes:
¨ Introduction and overview of current challenges in community-based participatory research (CBPR) and ethical issues in research
¨ Overview and presentation summaries for each of the six educational conference calls
¨ First-person stories from diverse communities and community-campus partnerships tackling ethical issues in research
¨ What you can do as a community member, IRB administrator/chair/member, or researcher
¨ Call Series themes, implications, and next steps
¨ Extensive list of resources, including publications, organizations and websites
The report can be downloaded for free from the CCPH homepage at http://www.ccph.info. The full collection of audiofiles, Powerpoint presentations, and speaker biographies from the call series can be accessed at http://depts.washington.edu/ccph/irbcalls2.html.
If you have any questions about the report, please contact CCPH Program Director at firstname.lastname@example.org (through July 31) or email@example.com (starting August 1).
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