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What is Human Research Protections Program (HRPP)

Dynamic Curriculum Development and Design Strategies for Effective Online Learning in Higher Education
A human research protections program (HRPP) is typically a collaboration between all individuals and groups involved in human subjects research including IRBs and IRB staff, principal investigators, institutional leaders, faculty research supervisors, student researchers, and others among the research community. The HRPP typically offers training, education, and other guidance to ensure research with human subjects and human subjects data is ethical, responsible, and scientifically sound.
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Graduate Student Investigator: Best Practices for Human Research Protections Within Online Graduate Research
Robin Throne (Western Governors University, USA), Michalina Hendon (University of the Cumberlands, USA), and James Kozinski (Western Governors University, USA)
DOI: 10.4018/978-1-6684-8646-7.ch001
Abstract
This chapter presents the best practices used by institutional review boards (IRBs) and human research protections programs (HRPPs) to prepare online graduate student investigators for human research protections specific to research within online graduate degree programs or where research supervisors are not proximal to graduate student investigators and their research protocols. In recent years, advances in artificial intelligence (AI), machine learning (ML), and other data mining/scraping forms have adversely impacted individual privacy and the unintended sharing of personally identifiable information (PII). With this growth of ubiquitous digital technologies, such as AI, ML, and data mining/scraping, used across online graduate degree programs, specialized training and preparation are needed to best prepare graduate student researchers for human research protections involving data with PII.
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Belmont 2.0: Ethical Research Expectations for PII in AI, ML, and Data Mining/Scraping
A human research protections program (HRPP) is typically a collaboration between all individuals and groups involved in human subjects research including IRBs and IRB staff, principal investigators, institutional leaders, faculty research supervisors, student researchers, and others among the research community. The HRPP typically offers training, education, and other guidance to ensure research with human subjects and human subjects data is ethical, responsible, and scientifically sound ( Throne et al., 2023 ).
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