The Human Research Protection Office regularly produces More Than Meets the IRB, a series of interviews, panel discussions, and reviews of issues related to human research ethics. In this series, we discuss current events in the human research world, talk with investigators and research subjects, and review literature relevant to those interested in research ethics.

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Podcasts from 2014

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More than meets the IRB – Social media research ethics: Autonomy, vulnerability, and IRB review, Thomas Rodebaugh and Michael Leary

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More than meets the IRB – Social media research ethics: Considering the Facebook “emotional contagion” study, Thomas Rodebaugh and Michael Leary

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More than meets the IRB – American Indian and Alaska Native (AIAN) research ethics: Considering the Havasupai Tribe case, Molly Tovar; Peter Coser, Jr.; and Michael Leary

Podcasts from 2013

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More than meets the IRB – Decision-making and the concept of “trust” in IRB review, Laura Stark and Michael Leary

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More than meets the IRB – The history of PRIM&R and human research ethics, Joan Rachlin and Michael Leary

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More than meets the IRB – The history and practice of component analysis, Robert J. Levine and Michael Leary

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More than meets the IRB – “Behind closed doors”: Sources of variability in IRB review, Laura Stark and Michael Leary

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More than meets the IRB – Conversation with FDA: “Scientific necessity” and the vulnerability of children in research, Robert Nelson and Michael Leary

Podcasts from 2012

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More than meets the IRB – Participant autonomy and volunteerism in human subjects research, Rebecca Dresser and Michael Leary