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IRB Webinar Trainings-schedule - Shared screen with speaker view
Pamela Lee
33:40
Hi, Everyone!
Sabrita Thurman-Newby
35:53
Hello Everyone!!!
Katherine Epifanio
36:05
Hello!
Sabrita Thurman-Newby
38:26
I have a lot of feedback is there something I can do?
Michael Campbell
39:22
Sabrita - I am not hearing it. Maybe check your sound / headset and reset it?
Fern Aefsky
50:07
for some Ed.D. students, their district requires our IRB approval before they will put through their district's IRB process. In some districts, theirs is required first prior to going to our IRB process. The chair will manage this. How best to indicate these kinds of differences in the IRB application
Joy D. Stamper
51:55
turn your mic off
Fern Aefsky
55:09
I don't know if the directions have been revised but last year application said nothing was needed on part two if didn't apply and then was sent back as n/a needed to be in section=hopefully clearer directions will help
Shayna Alexander-Murphy
56:03
What about prisoner at a correctional facility? Double IRB?
Pamela Lee
57:04
Dr. Aefsky, generally, if you have not provided information which relates to the need for Part 2 of the form, you wouldn't need to provide N/A in Part 2.
Pamela Lee
57:51
Shayna, when conducting research with prisoners or in a correctional facility, there are specific protocols that we would need to follow. They are considered a vulnerable population that we will need to be especially careful to protect.
Pamela Lee
58:27
You will need approval from the correctional facility. Some of them may require an IRB.
Shayna Alexander-Murphy
58:53
Thanks !
Jourdain Richter
01:06:36
I can only speak for the state agency I work for (Arizona), however, here is the policy that you may see with a state, county or federal facility in regards to research with inmate[s] or staff at a correctional facility. There typically is a policy on the agency's respective website. http://adcnet/policy/200/0203.pdf
Lisa LaPlace Knight
01:09:14
Does the faulty advisor need to be an expert in the subject matter in my research.
Lisa LaPlace Knight
01:12:00
Thank you
Fern Aefsky
01:21:43
Communication with chair is key-let them assist you as Dr. lee and Dr. Campbell have stated numerous times. It works!
Lisa LaPlace Knight
01:25:43
Does data collection from the correctional facility have the same strict guidelines?
Fern Aefsky
01:26:36
thank you for this presentation. Very helpful
Lisa LaPlace Knight
01:26:39
My proposed research includes two vulnerable populations, mentally ill and prisoners.
Shayna Alexander-Murphy
01:28:03
Im in the same boat with Lisa
Lisa LaPlace Knight
01:28:08
Ok thank you,
Lisa LaPlace Knight
01:28:53
That is what I’ll do then, thank you
Jourdain Richter
01:29:59
I work with STG's (Security Threat Groups-fancy word for prison gangs), and I'm aiming my dissertation with this population and the effects on the community. I have a good rapport already with these validated gang members, would this be an exception?
Jourdain Richter
01:30:33
yes
Jourdain Richter
01:31:10
ok, thank you!
Jourdain Richter
01:31:52
How about on Parole?
Lisa LaPlace Knight
01:34:02
Can you provide an example of something that is low risk?
Jourdain Richter
01:34:10
Thank you!
Joy D. Stamper
01:34:46
good questions Jourdain!
Lisa LaPlace Knight
01:36:07
Thank you Dr. Lee
Georgina Rivera-Singletary
01:36:19
Thank you! this is excellent!
Jourdain Richter
01:36:30
Thank you for presenting!
Francie Koehler
01:36:32
Thank you, Dr. Lee.
Joy D. Stamper
01:36:47
Thank you Dr. Lee
Katherine Epifanio
01:36:50
Thank you!
Sadia Corral Benkhalek
01:36:53
Thank you all. It has been most informative!
Sabrita Thurman-Newby
01:36:56
Thank you SLU for this opportunity!!!