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What Level Of Review Does Your Study Need?

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The level of IRB review required for research involving human subjects depends on the study’s specific design and the risks involved. Some research must be reviewed by the fully convened IRB, while others may be reviewed by a designated IRB member. Some projects may not even require IRB review. By applying the same four-step evaluation process used by IRB members, research professionals can better plan for a study’s necessary level of review and save time in study startup.

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