Working With Special Populations
Many investigators conduct research involving human subjects that require special considerations.
If you believe your subject population will require special considerations by you, the investigator, in order to minimize risk, the HRPP staff are always available to assist you in anticipating some of the questions that might come up during a review of your protocol.
The following pages contain information and things to consider when conducting research involving a few of these specific populations.
- About the HRPP: The Basics
- Student Researchers
- Special Topics
- Forms and Instructions
- Guidelines, Policies and Regulations
- Data Management and Protection
- Required Training
- Glossary of Terms
- Frequently Asked Questions
- Contact Us