AAHRPP Releases 2010 Metrics on Human Research Protection Programs Performance

July 1, 2011

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Improving the quality of human research protection programs is a top priority for AAHRPP. Effective and efficient systems of oversight within organizations provide better protections for research participants and produce higher quality research. And collectively, they raise the bar globally to ensure research participants are safe and respected.

From data supplied by client organizations in 2010, AAHRPP has compiled an information database to help research organizations, researchers, sponsors, government agencies, and participants identify and support high-performing practices for human research protection programs (HRPPs).

Published here are the 2010 metrics for HRPP performance. The data range from types of research and conformance with regulations and guidance to financial and personnel resources and IRB review times.

A PDF version of the 2010 metrics will be available shortly. The 2009 metrics are available on the Website here.

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