Recruiting Human Subjects: Sample Guidelines for Practice
Identifies Institutional Review Board (IRB) and professional med. assoc. (MA) human-subject recruitment guidelines that exceed guidelines set forth by the Dept. of Health and Human Services (HHS). HHS guidelines do not address the recruitment practices that IRBs and others involved in clinical research find troubling. Here, HHS presents other sources of guidance for IRBs and investigators, from MA and IRBs. Includes Canadian guidelines on recruitment practices to illustrate how these practices have been addressed by another nation┐s research community. This report focuses on guidance on how 3 main issues -- recruitment incentives, the dual investigator-physician role, and the confidentiality of medical records -- should be handled. Tables.
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