More and more, Extension professionals are being asked to first run their needs assessment, program evaluation, and applied research projects through their university's Institutional Review Boards. For many, this can be a confusing task. This article is the third in a series providing tips for preparing IRB proposals and discusses the potential risks and benefits involved in research projects.
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Weigel, D., Martin, S., & Brown, R. (2005). What Cooperative Extension Professionals Need to Know About Institutional Review Boards: Risks and Benefits. The Journal of Extension, 43(1), Article 24. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol43/iss1/24