Establishing Consumer Protections for Research in Human Service Agencies

Linda A. LeBlanc, Melissa R. Nosik, & Anna Petursdottir
1.5 Learning, Ethics CEUs | Article Quiz
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LeBlanc, L. A., Nosik, M. R., & Petursdottir, A. (2018). Establishing consumer protections for research in human service agencies. Behavior Analysis in Practice, 11, 445-455.

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Conducting research in practice settings is the primary mechanism for establishing a strong foundation of evidence for clinical decision making. In behavior analysis, this type of research frequently originates from university-based systems that have established institutional review boards. Independent human service agencies that want to contribute applied research to the literature base that is clinically meaningful and conducted in an ethical fashion must establish a research review committee (RRC). The purpose of this article is to provide information and guidance for establishing and maintaining the activity of an RRC in a human service setting.

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    Leah Robertson (verified buyer)

    Helpful if you are considering practice-based research.

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    Kevin Russo (verified buyer)

    Excellent reminders of what informed consent should look like.

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    Hattie Singleton (verified buyer)

    The article was very informative.

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    Becky Fields (verified buyer)

    Great explanation of RRC.

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    Marc Fields (verified buyer)

    Good article

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