NPRM Symposium: Escape for Many, Scant Relief for Those Left Behind

While the NPRM might do much to reduce the number of projects requiring IRB review, it would do little to improve the quality of review for those projects for which it is still required. This is a retreat from the more ambitious plans of the 2011 advance notice of proposed rulemaking.

[Cross-posted from Institutional Review Blog]

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Introducing NPRM Symposium Guest Blogger Zachary Schrag

Zachary Shrag 3Zachary M. Schrag, editor of the Institutional Review Blog, will contribute to Bill of Health’s symposium on the 2015 notice of proposed rulemaking (NPRM) on human subjects regulations.

Zach is a professor of history at George Mason University. He has been involved with human subjects regulations’ impact on the humanities and social sciences since 2004, working as both an advocate and scholar.

Representative publications: