More Than Meets the IRB - Podcast
Lindenwood IRB partners with PRIM&R (Public Responsibility in Medicine & Research) and Washington University in St. Louis, Human Research Protection Office to produce a series of podcast conversations about research participants and the people who study them. Over the past few years of hosting this podcast, we have interviewed scientists, ethicists, research participants, and federal officials. We look forward to having you as part of our audience.
More Than Meets the IRB can be accessed:
- Streaming at PRIM&R
- Streaming at Stitcher
- Downloaded in iTunes
- In the archives at WU HRPO Digital Commons
- Dr. Elizabeth Buchanan: Internet Research Ethics through the Lens of History: Stream Now
- Gianna McMillan: Personal Narratives in Research Ethics History: Stream Now
- Dr. Benjamin Wilfond: Informed Consent with ROMP: Stream Now
- Dr. Robert Klitzman: Exploring the Researcher-IRB Disconnect: Stream Now
- Fred Koning: The IRB and the Community It Serves: Stream Now
- Dr. Elisa Hurley: Proposals for the Future of the Consent Process: Stream Now
- Dr. Anthony Fauci: Ethical Challenges of Addressing the HIV/AIDS Pandemic: Stream Now
- Panel: Henrietta Lacks - Importance of Consent, Communication, and Ethics in Medicine: Stream Now
- Dr. Atul Gawande: The Century of the System: Stream Now
- Giselle Corbie-Smith and Margo Michaels: Why are Minority Groups Less Likely To Participate in Research?: Stream Now
- Karen Masterson: The Malaria Project and the Rise of Research Ethics: Stream Now
A conversation with Lindenwood Library about health and research literacy as an important personal, research participant, and civil rights issue.
- Lindenwood CapIt! Podcast - Research Design and the IRB
A conversation with the IRB Director about lessons learned in Education research ethics and design. We also talk about thinking of research design as a story.
- IRB Member Conversation - Dr. Alan Meyers (coming soon...)
A conversation with a longstanding member of the Lindenwood University IRB about the history of the LU IRB, the unexpected benefits of being an IRB member, and the role of the community in research ethics.