International Compilation of Human Research Standards 2020 Edition

The Office for Human Research Protections U.S. Department of Health and Human Services compiled the 2020 edition of the international compilation of human research standards.

The International Compilation of Human Research Standards enumerates over 1,000 laws, regulations, and guidelines (collectively referred to as “standards”) that govern human subject protections in 133 countries, as well as standards from a number of international and regional organizations. First published in 2005, the Compilation is intended for use by researchers, IRBs/Research Ethics Committees, sponsors, and others who are involved in human subjects research protections around the world.

Most of the listings provide hyperlinks to the source document. These laws, regulations, and guidelines are classified into nine categories:

1. General, i.e., applicable to most or all types of human subjects research

2. Drugs and Devices

3. Clinical Trial Registries

4. Research Injury

5. Social-Behavioral Research

6. Privacy/Data Protection

7. Human Biological Materials

8. Genetic

9. Embryos, Stem Cells, and Cloning

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