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Message ID: 8243
Date: 2009-08-26

Author:Friend, Colleen

Subject:RE: consent to participate in research for children in State's custody

Jane,

This could vary from state to state, and even from county to county within a state. In Los Angeles, we have to make a "petition " to the presiding Juvenile Dependency Court judge who must approve it. This is in addition to your normal IRB package. In my experience, when research involves children, the the IRB scrutiny is always higher. We have a Partnership with our Juvenile Court, so we have worked out some procedures. If you want more information, contact me off line. Thanks, CF



Colleen Friend, Ph.D., LCSW



cfriend@calstatela.edu



Director



CSULA Child Abuse and Family Violence Institute



Department of Communication Disorders



Office (323) 343-4696



www.calstatela.edu/academic/hhs/cafvi





________________________________



From: bounce-4209626-8269919@list.cornell.edu on behalf of Silovsky, Jane F. (HSC)

Sent: Tue 8/25/2009 1:46 PM

To: 'Child Maltreatment Researchers'

Subject: consent to participate in research for children in State's custody







For research that involves children who are in protective custody, what are different State's policies and procedures in regards to who can consent for the child to participate in research and the procedures for informed consent?



Thank you in advance.



Jane



Jane F. Silovsky, PhD

Associate Professor

OUHSC













Jane,

This could vary from state to state, and even from county to county within a state. In Los Angeles, we have to make a "petition " to the presiding Juvenile Dependency Court judge who must approve it. This is in addition to your normal IRB package. In my experience, when research involves children, the the IRB scrutiny is always higher. We have a Partnership with our Juvenile Court, so we have worked out some procedures. If you want more information, contact me off line. Thanks, CF



Colleen Friend, Ph.D., LCSW



cfriendcalstatela.edu



Director



CSULA Child Abuse and Family Violence Institute



Department of Communication Disorders



Office (323) 343-4696



www.calstatela.edu/academic/hhs/cafvi





________________________________



From: bounce-4209626-8269919list.cornell.edu on behalf of Silovsky, Jane F. (HSC)

Sent: Tue 8/25/2009 1:46 PM

To: 'Child Maltreatment Researchers'

Subject: consent to participate in research for children in State's custody







For research that involves children who are in protective custody, what are different State's policies and procedures in regards to who can consent for the child to participate in research and the procedures for informed consent?



Thank you in advance.



Jane



Jane F. Silovsky, PhD

Associate Professor

OUHSC