“Reforming IRBs”

Inside Higer Ed
March 6, 2013 – 3:00am
By
Carl Straumsheim
” Despite its criticisms, the AAUP stopped short of recommending the IRB system be eliminated completely.

“[W]e think it out of the question that the clock be turned back to a time when there was no regulation at all of research on human subjects,” the report says, adding, “In any case, it would be politically impossible to turn it back.”

“ANPRM Is Mostly Dead”

“The Chronicle of Higher Education reports that the regulatory reform process that began with the 2011 ANPRM “appears to be stuck, with little optimism for a way forward.”
Posted by Zachary M. Schrag at 9:27 PM
Institutional Review Blog:
http://www.institutionalreviewblog.com/2013/03/anprm-is-mostly-dead.html

summation:
The 17 Federal Agencies discuss the
common rule and try for reform.

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