The Juvenile Justice Professional's Guide to
Human Subjects Protection and the IRB Process
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IRB Research Review Process
Types of IRB Review
Issues Relevant to the IRB Review Process
Modificationof Amendment of the Research Project
Project Suspension or Termination
Re-certification of Research Project
Non-compliance with Human Subjects Regulations
Assurance and Educational Training
The IRB has the authority and responsibility to suspend and/or terminate any research project at any time. The Principal Investigator may also voluntarily suspend and/or terminate a research project.

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