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Basic Ethical Principles Institutional Review Board Public Health United States Supreme Court
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Counseling Psychology Crimes Inclusion And Exclusion Institutional Review Board Second World War World War World War 1
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Ewan Tanner
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AP Psychology Failed The Test Institutional Review Board Psychology Standard Deviation Of The Mean Treatment For Depression
Research Methods TEST 1 – Flashcards 236 terms
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Maisie Clarke
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Behavioral Sciences Institutional Review Board Psychology Sexually Transmitted Diseases
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Jennifer Hawkins
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Applied Philosophy Illicit Drug Use Institutional Review Board Medical Records Nursing Psychology
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Steven Ramirez
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Experimental Psychology Institutional Review Board Statistics
Research Methods 1 Test One – Flashcards 124 terms
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Deloris Connelly
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Data Collection And Analysis Institutional Review Board
Chapter 4 and 10 – Flashcards 56 terms
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Rebecca Baker
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Abnormal Psychology Incidence And Prevalence Institutional Review Board Positive Psychology
Abnormal behavior exam 1 – Flashcards 102 terms
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Kelly Fisher
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Abnormal Psychology Incidence And Prevalence Institutional Review Board Mental Health
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Ken Ericksen
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AP Psychology Central Nervous System Consists Of Institutional Review Board Psychology
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Tara Rose
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Evidence Based Nursing Foundations Of Professional Nursing Institutional Review Board Late Twentieth Century Nursing Risk Factors For Disease
Nursing Theories Chapter 3-9 – Flashcards 66 terms
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Dennis Jennings
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Development And Marketing Informed Consent Form Institutional Review Board
Pharmaceutical Chemistry – Drug Discovery/Drug Metabolism – Flashcards 197 terms
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Richard Molina
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Control And Prevention Developmental Psychology Formal And Informal Health Institutional Review Board Meet Your Needs Multiple Regression Analysis
Program Planning 2 Final – Flashcards 138 terms
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Isabel Padilla
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Electronic Data Interchange Institutional Review Board Natural Language Processing
HIM1211 CHAPTER 8-13 QUIZ 134 terms
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Anthony Richie
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Abnormal Psychology Ethics Institutional Review Board School Psychology Tuskegee Syphilis Study
Epidemiology ch. 8 47 terms
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Michael Seabolt
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Fast Food Restaurants Institutional Review Board Introductory Sociology Social Change Sociology
ALL TESTS & QUIZZES 124 terms
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Carol Rushing
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Goods And Services Institutional Review Board Privacy And Confidentiality
Nurs 343 Ch. 9 – Flashcards 43 terms
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Michael Seabolt
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Evolutionary Psychology Institutional Review Board Marriage And Family Networks United States Upper Middle Class
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Kenneth Miller
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What factor sometimes influences an Institutional Review Board to approve a research study that requires the use of deception? a. The findings of the research would be likely to be beneficial to society. b. The knowledge sought can be acquired in some other way. c. The research participants may be harmed by the deception. d. The IRB is really interested in the topic.
The findings of the research would be likely to be beneficial to society.
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IRB stands for: A. Institutional Review Board. B. International Research Board. C. Internal Review Board. D. Intelligence Research Board.
A. Institutional Review Board
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One purpose of an institutional review board is to
Ensure that the rights of research subjects are protected
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Which of the following statements is TRUE? A) The actual rules and regulations for the protection of human research participants were issued by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. B) Every institution that receives federal funds must have an Institutional Review Board. C) All research conducted at an institution is reviewed in some way by the IRB. D) all of these
D) all of these
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The basic goal of the Institutional Review Board (IRB) is to ensure: 1. family history data of each patient enrolled in a protocol is protected 2. human subjects are screened 3. study design meets the criteria of the study 4. rights of human subjects are protected
the rights of human subjects are protected
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In a study involving false feedback about performance, the reseacher is required to (a) use debriefing after the session is over (b) obtain informed consent from te institutional review board (c) use deceptive research methods (d) conceal the results of the study from participants
(a) use debriefing after the session is over See page 40
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(IRB) Institutional review board
a committee of at least five members with varying backgrounds that determines the acceptability of proposed human subjects research in accordance with institutional policies, applicable law, and standards of professional practice and conduct
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Institutional review Board (IRB)
A committee of physicians, staticians, community advocated, and others which ensure that a clinical trial is ethical and that the rights of the study participants are protected. All clinical trials must be approved by an IRB before they begin.
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Define Institutional Review Board (IRB)
A committee responsible for interpreting ethical principles and ensuring that research using human participants is conducted ethically. This includes at least 5 people who come from specified backgrounds. At least one member must be a scientist, one has to have academic interests outside the sciences, and one should be a community member who has no ties to the institution.
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What is the Institutional Review Board (IRB) charged with? (There may be more than one correct answer. Please be sure to select all correct answers.)
Protecting the rights and welfare of human subjects. – Assuring that all applicable institutional policies and federal regulations related to research with human subjects are followed. – Reviewing subject recruitment materials and strategies.
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