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IRBNet Announces Release of National Research Network™ 2010 Benchmark Report
Date:1/24/2011

ng are essential to the continued improvement of ethical research management."

The National Research Network 2010 Benchmark Report includes detailed performance metrics for both biomedical-focused and social / behavioral-focused research institutions, including hospitals, universities and government agencies.  Produced from actual National Research Network data, these benchmarks illuminate the activity and productivity of investigators, as well as the IRB administrative offices and reviewers charged with oversight responsibility. The report is provided as a service to the human subject research community, to assist research organizations in assessing internal performance.

"There is a lot of talk once again about streamlining the human subjects protection system. Trying to effectively manage anything without data is like driving with your eyes closed – sooner or later you're going to hit something but you probably won't know what it is," said Dr. Greg Koski of the Harvard Medical School, and former Director of the U.S. Department of Health & Human Services 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."  

Mr. Olmsted elaborated, "IRBNet is a dedicated partner in the advancement of ethical human subject research management. We strive to continuously improve research management and compliance oversight solutions for th
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