Additional Resources About Human Subjects Research
OHRP has compiled external resources about research and research participation. These resources provide additional information and reflect a range of perspectives and experiences.
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Glossary of Terms
This link takes you to a glossary of common terms used in clinical research:
Relevant Federal Resources
Below are links to several resources related to human subjects research from agencies in the Federal government:
Registry and database of current clinical studies.VISIT >>
Information for patients in clinical trials.VISIT >>
Information on minority health with information about participating in clinical trials.VISIT >>
On the Office of Research Integrity (ORI) website.VISIT >>
Information about participating in clinical trials.VISIT >>
Media and Other Resources
Below is a selection of materials from public media sources about research and research participation.
60 Minutes on CBS, December 29, 2019
By Nicola Twilley
The New Yorker, November 28, 2016
By Clifton Leaf
New York Times, July 13, 2013
By Ben Zimmer
New York Times, October 29, 2011
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Content last reviewed on January 28, 2020