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HOW TO IDENTIFY NONCOMPLIANCE IN HUMAN
 

Summary: HOW TO IDENTIFY
NONCOMPLIANCE IN HUMAN
SUBJECTS RESEARCH
What is Noncompliance in Human
Subjects Research?
In accordance with USF HRPP Policy 206,
Noncompliance can be defined as:
Failure to follow the federal regulations; state and
local laws; institutional policies governing human subject
research; or the requirements or determinations of the
IRB
For VA regulated research, noncompliance also includes
failure to follow the requirements of VHA handbooks
To Whom Does Noncompliance Apply?
· Noncompliance can occur by
The Principal Investigator
The Research Staff (members of the research team including
the co-investigators, study coordinators or others)
Any member of the HRPP, including the IRB staff
Determinations of the IRB Relative to

  

Source: Arslan, Hüseyin - Department of Electrical Engineering, University of South Florida

 

Collections: Engineering