How do we assure someone is the participant’s “legally authorized representative?"

How do we assure someone is the participant’s “legally authorized representative?"

Institutional Review Board (IRB) FAQs How do we assure someone is the participant’s “legally authorized representative?"

How do we assure someone is the participant’s “legally authorized representative?"

​Parents are legally authorized representatives for their children. If someone other than the parents asserts that he or she is the legally authorized representative, you should obtain a copy of the court documents naming the individual as guardian or conservator. 

 
 
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