The Human Subjects Review Committee at Fuller has been established to comply with existing regulations of the federal government, which has issued Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Rights (45 CFR 46), June 18, 1991.

As part of a general assurance to the Office for Human Research Protection (OHRP), the University has also agreed to adhere to the statements of ethical principles as described in The Belmont Report: Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects in Research, Report of the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research (April 18, 1979).

HSRC Calendar

September 19 Protocol Submission Deadline
October 13 HSRC Meeting (12:00-1:30 pm)
November 5 HSRC Q&A Session (9-11 am)*
November 10 Protocol Submission Deadline
December 1 HSRC Meeting (12:00-1:30 pm)
January 7 HSRC Q&A Session (9-11 am)*
January 12 Protocol Submission Deadline
February 2 HSRC Meeting (12:00-1:30 pm)
March 11 HSRC Q&A Session (9-11 am)*
March 16 Protocol Submission Deadline
April 6 HSRC Meeting (12:00-1:30 pm)
May 6 HSRC Q&A Session (9-11 am)*
May 11 Protocol Submission Deadline
June 1 HSRC Meeting (12:00-1:30 pm)
July 8 HSRC Q&A Session (9-11 am)
July 15 Protocol Submission Deadline
August 3 HSRC Meeting (12:00-1:30 pm)

*HSRC Q&A Sessions are held in the SOP Faculty Lounge located next toTravis Auditorium

Submitting Projects for Review to the HSRC

For information regarding submitting projects to the HSRC, please see the Procedures document, or log in to Moodle and visit the HSRC Information Page. If you do not have access to this page, please contact the Research Processes Administrator.

HSRC Policy and Procedures

Principles Governing the HSRC

Three principles define Fuller Theological Seminary's approach to research with human subjects and are basic to the protection of the rights of human subjects: respect, beneficence, and justice.

Respect: In consideration of respect for persons, investigators are required to seek voluntary, written informed consent from potential subjects.

Beneficence: The principle of beneficence requires that researchers maximize the potential benefits to the subjects and minimize the potential risks of harm.

Justice: The principle of justice means that the subjects are selected fairly and that the risks and benefits of research are distributed equitably.

The Human Subjects Review Committee at Fuller has been established to comply with existing regulations of the federal government, which has issued a Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Rights (45 CFR 46), June 18, 1991.

As part of a general assurance to the Office for Human Research Protection (OHRP), the University has also agreed to adhere to the statements of ethical principles as described in The Belmont Report: Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects in Research, Report of the National Commission for the Protection of Human Subjects of Biomedical and Behavioral Research (April 18, 1979).

Contact the HSRC

HSRC Chair Person:

Dr. Cynthia Eriksson
Associate Professor of Psychology
Department of Clinical Psychology
(626) 396-6002
eriksson@fuller.edu

Research Processes Administrator:

Dr. Alison Wong
180 North Oakland Ave.
SOP Building, Room 313
Pasadena, CA 91101
(626) 584-5542
alisonwong@fuller.edu

Contact
(626) 584-5200
(800) 235-2222
135 N. Oakland Ave.
Pasadena, CA 91182

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