The Juvenile Justice Professional's Guide to
Human Subjects Protection and the IRB Process
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Re-certification of Research Project
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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
Each research project must be reviewed by the IRB at least once each year. The appropriate certification period is determined at the time the proposed research project is submitted for initial review and approval. Projects for which Expedited IRB Review has been deemed sufficient must be subjected to Full IRB Review within one year of the date of their Expedited Review.

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