CRIHB Institutional Review Board
California Rural Indian Health Board, Inc.
Institutional Review Board (IRB) Policy
Effective Date: October 2008
To establish an Institutional Review Board (IRB) of the California Rural Indian Health Board (CRIHB) to ensure that the rights and welfare of individuals and communities participating in research are protected. The IRB has the responsibility to review, and the authority to approve or disapprove research activities that are conducted by CRIHB staff, or that use data maintained by CRIHB. The IRB also has the authority to review documents that are produced from approved research. The IRB has the authority to establish conditions and requirements for approval to ensure that the activities and documents are both culturally sensitive and relevant to the American Indian individuals and communities who participate.
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For IRB Members
CRIHB Review Checklist (doc)
CRIHB Review Checklist (pdf)
For Staff and Researchers
CRIHB Expedited Waiver of Authorization
CRIHB IRB 1st Review Form
CRIHB IRB Continuation Review Form
CRIHB Claim of IRB Exemption
CRIHB is seeking nominations for the Hall of Fame Awards
Only 3 new inductees will be awarded
CRIHB is also seeking nominations for the Annual Awards
There are six award categories
Nominate by August 13, 2012
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America Reaffirms Health Care for Indian Country
National Indian Health Board
Washington, DC – The United States’ 564 federally‐recognized tribes claim victory with today’s
historic passage of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act. The House passed the Senate’s
health care reform bill by a vote of 219 to 212 which includes the reauthorization of the Indian Health
Care Improvement Act (IHCIA), placing in effect health care legislation that American Indians and
Alaska Natives have been requesting from Congress for the past ten years. Read More.....
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