Webster University faculty, students, and staff at the home campus in Webster Groves and all US sites who conduct research internationally must follow both the federal IRB guidelines and applicable process within the country. Documentation that international processes have been followed is also submitted to Webster University's IRB.
Webster University faculty, students, and staff at international campuses must follow the US federal guidelines by submitting an IRB application and following the applicable process within the country. Documentation that international processes have been followed is submitted to Webster University's IRB.
The International Compilation of Human Subject Protections is a listing of over 1,000 laws, regulations, and guidelines on human subjects protections in over 100 countries and from several international organizations. Many of the listings embed hyperlinks to the source document.
Additional time maybe required for the review process.
- IRB Overview
- Review Process
- Categories of Review
- Consent Overview
- Informed Consent
- Minor Assent & Parental Permission
- Tips on Obtaining Consent
- International Research
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