Article | September 14, 2021

Beginner's Guide To Minimal Risk Research

Source: Advarra

By Meghan Hosely, Marketing Copywriter

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When an institutional review board (IRB) determines research is “minimal risk” (as defined in Department of Health and Human Services [HHS] and Food and Drug Administration [FDA] regulations), the research is potentially eligible for several regulatory flexibilities. How can researchers know when research is minimal risk? This blog aims to provide a beginner’s overview to the regulatory concept of “minimal risk,” and which regulatory flexibilities research might be eligible for.

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