Human Subject Protection Gets a Facelift With New Common Rule

On January 18, the Federal Register quietly posted a preview copy of the forthcoming final changes to the Common Rule. These changes are the result of several years of planning, negotiation, and public comment, and the final draft bears resemblance to its draft predecessor—with exceptions.

Kinetiq, the consulting and technology division of Quorum Review IRB, has published an in-depth analysis of the final Common Rule, particularly focusing on how it reflects and differs from the Notice of Proposed Rulemaking (NPRM) to the Common Rule, which was initially opened for comment in September 2015.

Visit Kinetiq to get a first look at how the new Common Rule will impact your research in 2018.

 

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