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Preserving public trust : accreditation and human research participant protection programs
|Title||Preserving public trust : accreditation and human research participant protection programs|
|Year of Publication||2001|
|Authors||of on the for Subjects., Institute Medicine Committee Assessing System Protecting Human Research(U. S.)|
|Corporate Authors||Institute of Medicine(U.S.). Committee on Assessing the System for Protecting Human Research Subjects.|
|Pagination||xv, 216 p.|
|Publisher||National Academy Press|
|Place Published||Washington, D.C.|
|Keywords||ACCREDITATION , Human , Human Research Subjects , Informed , institutional review boards , MEDICINE , research , SCIENCE|
Amid increasing concern for patient safety and the shutdown of prominent research operations, the need to improve protections for individuals who volunteer to participate in research has become critical. Preserving Public Trust: Accreditation and Human Research Participant Protection Programs considers the possible impact of creating an accreditation system to raise the performance of local protection mechanisms. In the United States, the system for human research participant protections has centered on the Institutional Review Board (IRB); however, this report envisions a broader system with multiple functional elements.
2001273385Committee on Assessing the System for Protecting Human Research Subjects, Board on Health Sciences Policy, Institute of Medicine.ill. ; 23 cm.Includes bibliographical references (p. 95-102) and index.
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|Short Title||Preserving public trust : accreditation and human research participant protection programs|