This article focuses on working with tribal IRBs to conduct research or evaluations of projects on tribal lands. It is a follow up to a series of four recent articles designed to help Extension Professionals navigate the university IRB process. The authors use their experience with a community assessment project conducted in one small, remote community located on the Navajo Nation to illustrate some of the issues and tips for success.
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McDonald, D. A., Peterson, D. J., & Betts, S. C. (2005). More Tips: What If a Cooperative Extension Professional Must Work with Native American Institutional Review Boards?. The Journal of Extension, 43(5), Article 23. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol43/iss5/23