In August 2012, we received NIH funding for the
National Collaborative Study of Community-Based Processes for Research
Ethics Review. The study seeks to understand the role of
community IRBs and research review boards in ensuring the ethics and
integrity of research conducted in their communities. Click
an overview of the study and information about the dynamic team that is
June 2012, we released the report Community IRBs and Research Review
Boards: Shaping the Future of Community-Engaged Research in
collaboration with The Bronx Health Link and Albert Einstein College of
Medicine. Click here for details!
Interested in joining the discussion on how
communities, academics, IRBs and others can work together to develop
innovative and collaborative ways to address the ethical challenges of
CBPR? Do you want to network with others, and share resources, as well
as promising practices with others? If so, please join our listserv.
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