Navigating the Institutional Review Board for Librarianship ResearchNational Network of Libraries of Medicine, Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association: Research and Assessment Committee (2016)
Librarians are encountering more opportunities to conduct original research and contribute to evidence based practices, but only 26% believe they have the educational training to conduct these tasks (Kennedy & Brancolini, 2012). One key step in this process is navigating an Institutional Review Board (IRB) to assure participants are treated in an ethical manner. What does it mean to protect research participants today? What does an IRB look for? What tips, tricks, and best practices can save you time with this process? Discussion of these questions and more are the focus of this webinar.
- institutional review board,
- library and information science
Publication DateJuly 27, 2016
Citation InformationCarolyn Schubert. "Navigating the Institutional Review Board for Librarianship Research" National Network of Libraries of Medicine, Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the Medical Library Association: Research and Assessment Committee (2016)
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/carolyn_schubert/27/
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