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The Stanford Institutional Review Board Process for Non-Medical Human Subjects Research

Adam Bailey is the Social and Behavioral (non-medical) IRB Manager at Stanford. The focus of his talk will be an introduction to the IRB process at Stanford.  Whenever anyone does research on human subjects, IRB review is required.  Types of research that require IRB review include (but are not limited to): surveys, interviews, participant observation, ethnography, and secondary analysis of individually identifiable data.  Adam will explain the IRB process, including how to find out if your project needs IRB review, and what you need to do when you have a project requiring IRB review.  This talk will be helpful to both Undergraduate and Graduate Students in the Social Sciences who plan to conduct Human Subjects Research.
*Photo image by Linda A. Cicero / Stanford News Service © 2013 Stanford University 



Friday, October 21, 2016. 01:00 PM


Green Library, Room 121A, Bing Wing


Stanford University Libraries, Graduate School of Business Library, Office of the Vice Provost for Graduate Education


This talk takes place at the Gear Up for Social Science Data Extravaganza on Oct. 21st in Green Library. It is open to the public.