Research Subject Advocate
NIH Research Subject Advocacy Program available for OSU research studies
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) formally implemented a Research Subject Advocacy (RSA) program through its network of general clinical research centers in 2001. It has evolved and exists today within the current Clinical and Translational Science Award Consortium.
At The Ohio State University, the RSA program exists for all studies that utilize the services of the Clinical Research Center. A Research Subject Advocate is also available upon request for consultation or to serve in such capacity at the discretion of either an OSU IRB, the study sponsor, or the Principal Investigator of the study.
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