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IRBNet Announces Release of National Research Network™ 2010 Benchmark Report

IRBNet’s free report provides objective performance metrics for the human subjects research protection oversight field, enabling hospitals, universities and government research institutions to make performance comparisons and drive process improvements

CAMBRIDGE, Mass. Jan. 24, 2011

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National Research Network 2010 Benchmark Report

The free report mines IRBNet’s industry-leading compliance management and data reporting capabilities, and the National Research Network’s global presence.  The data-driven benchmarks enable research institutions of all types and sizes to concretely measure and compare ethics review processes and performance, for the benefit of research subjects, the institutions themselves, and the research community at large.

Andrew Olmsted

National Research Network 2010 Benchmark Report

Greg Koski Harvard Medical School Office for Human Research Protections

Dr. Koski continued, "For nearly two decades the human subject research community has been driving efforts to improve these processes without basic information necessary to truly appreciate where we were going or where the potholes were. We are now beginning to see the light, and the growing availability of sound, relevant metrics will serve the entire research community – investigators, managers, and policy makers as well, as we consider the ways and means to truly improve not only what we are doing but how we are doing it."  

National Research Network 2010 Benchmark Report

National Research Network 2010 Benchmark Report http://irbnetresources.org/news/benchmark.html

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