Although the DoD is a signatory to the Common Rule, DoD regulations have additional requirements and restrictions for the conduct of human subject research. This webinar outlines the requirements for conducting research according to DoD regulations, directives, and instructions. The presenter highlights specific requirements and potential ways to meet them. The webinar concludes with a series of case studies exploring different research scenarios.
Language Availability: English
Suggested Audiences: Graduate Students, Institutional Officials, IRB Members and Administrators, Researchers
Organizational Subscription Price: $300 per year/per site or included as part of the $1,000 annual subscription to our All Access Webinar Package
Independent Learner Price: $49 per person
U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) Regulations & Requirements for Human Subject Research
Presented by: Ann Johnson, PhD, MPH - University of Utah
- Determine when research is subject to DoD regulations.
- Identify the specific DoD requirements for research including addressing 45 CFR 46 Subparts B-D, inclusion of military personnel as subjects, independent research monitor, and additional investigator responsibilities.
- Discuss research limitations for DoD research, including waivers of consent and inclusion of certain populations.
Recommended Use: Required
ID (Language): 20481 (English)
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