Ex Post Facto IRB Review: Two Practical Hurdles, One Conceptual Mistake.
American Philosophical Association Newsletter on philosophy and medicine
biomedical and behavioral research, ethical review, "ethics committees, research", human experimentation, humans, informed consent, risk assessment, time factors
Other Philosophy | Philosophy
Considers three problems that result when research is presented to the Institutional Review Board (IRB) after the work has been completed. Frequency of researchers' failure to obtain IRB review; Qualification for the IRB approval; Regulatory context for ex post facto review.
Barnbaum, Deborah R. (2003). Ex Post Facto IRB Review: Two Practical Hurdles, One Conceptual Mistake.. American Philosophical Association Newsletter on philosophy and medicine 3(1), 164-167. Retrieved from https://digitalcommons.kent.edu/philpubs/11