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IRB Manual

Balanced Ethics Review is a practical guide that shows how to implement federal IRB regulations without losing track of the ethics that matter.

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Book: Welcome

What Readers Are Saying

“I found this guide to be a very useful read, even after many years of service on a local IRB. I believe that this manual is an indispensable introductory text for anyone considering serving on the IRB.”

Richard Balon, MD
Professor, Psychiatry and Anesthesiology
Associate Chair, Education
Wayne State University School of Medicine
Detroit, Michigan

"This is a masterpiece.  I believe it will become a standard text for IRB’s."

Emil J Freireich, M.D., D.Sc.(Hon.)
Ruth Harriet Ainsworth Chair
Distinguished Teaching Professor
Director, Special Medical Education Programs
Director, Adult Leukemia Research Program
The University of Texas M. D. Anderson Cancer Center

"I am the Chair of our IRB here and I have been on the committee for about three and a half years. There have been many, many times where the IRB has asked for small inconsequential consent form changes or looked at the safety of the researcher or third parties when considering a protocol... I think your book does a really good job of discussing how this can be accomplished."

Nicholas P. Nicoletti, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Political Science
Assistant Director, Spradling Center for Law and Politics
Missouri Southern State University

Book: Testimonials
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