LGBTQIA+ Equity in Human Subjects Research Review: Acknowledging the Whole Research Participant
This innovative learning module focuses on LGBTQIA+ equity in human subjects research.Explore how inclusive research data collection methods and pragmatic strategies for IRBs adopt a more equitable lens in research ethics review. The module will explain commonly used acronyms and terms; the importance of sex, gender, and sexuality as health variables; describe inclusive research data collection methods; and describe inclusive strategies for reviewing biomedical and social/behavioral research studies.
In this module, Amy Ben-Arieh, JD, MPH, the Director of Research Compliance at The Fenway Institute (TFI) at Fenway Community Health, explain LGBTQIA+ health disparities and the importance of leveraging community strengths.
Available to anyone either as a standalone learning opportunity, or as a supplementary module for EROC subscribers for individuals or groups. This is an effective self-paced learning experience for HRPP/IRB personnel and those working in research programs more broadly, including HRPP/IRB directors, members, chairs, researchers, and research staff.
Foster an inclusive and equitable human subjects research environment by equipping yourself with the tools needed to ensure ethical research practices that respect and protect the rights of the LGBTQIA+ community.