Research Step Three: IRB Application
So far in the past two weeks we have talked about finding your purpose and choosing your topic for your research project. Today, I would like to walk your through how to do an IRB application. Every University will have an IRB Board, which is a panel of judges that will assess your research project. You must get the approval of the IRB before starting your project. This ensures that everything is legal and safe for both you and your project participants. Because the application can be a little daunting, I’m going to upload an example of a blank application will all of my comments on how to fill one out. So here it is:
With all of my comments and directions in mind, I would still recommend taking your application to your research adviser with any questions or issues you may have. Feel free to leave any questions you may have in the comments below!
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