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JSC 20483 (REV. C), GUIDELINES FOR INVESTIGATORS PROPOSING HUMAN RESEARCH FOR SPACE FLIGHT AND RELATED INVESTIGATIONS (JSC COMMITTEE FOR THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN SUBJECTS) (FEB 2004)

JSC 20483 (REV. C), GUIDELINES FOR INVESTIGATORS PROPOSING HUMAN RESEARCH FOR SPACE FLIGHT AND RELATED INVESTIGATIONS (JSC COMMITTEE FOR THE PROTECTION OF HUMAN SUBJECTS) (FEB 2004)., This document is intended to provide investigators with a thorough understanding of the role of the Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center (JSC) Committee for the Protection of Human Subjects (CPHS). In addition, the process of submitting a research protocol for consideration and the methods of monitoring the research protocol for safety and compliance are defined in Appendix G. The authority and scope of the JSC CPHS derive from JPG 1107.1A (Appendix C), NASA Policy Directive (NPD) 7100.8D, and NASA Procedures and Guidelines (NPG) 7100.1 (Appendix D). The JSC CPHS charter, some definitions, and the ethical principles that guide the Committee are described below.

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