Human subjects protection issues in QUERI implementation research: QUERI Series

@article{Chaney2008HumanSP,
  title={Human subjects protection issues in QUERI implementation research: QUERI Series},
  author={Edmund Chaney and Laura G. Rabuck and Jane E Uman and Deborah C Mittman and Carol E Simons and Barbara F Simon and Mona J. Ritchie and Marisue Cody and Lisa V Rubenstein},
  journal={Implementation science : IS},
  year={2008},
  volume={3},
  pages={10 - 10}
}
BACKGROUND Human Subjects protections approaches, specifically those relating to research review board oversight, vary throughout the world. While all are designed to protect participants involved in research, the structure and specifics of these institutional review boards (IRBs) can and do differ. This variation affects all types of research, particularly implementation research. METHODS In 2001, we began a series of inter-related studies on implementing evidence-based collaborative care… CONTINUE READING
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