The Association for the Accreditation of Human Research Protection Programs, Inc. (AAHRPP) is an independent, non-profit accrediting organization that uses a peer-driven evaluation process to ensure institutional HRPPs meet rigorous standards for the protections of human participants in research.
- AAHRPP Re-accreditation: All You Need to Know! Webinar slides outlining the AAHRPP accreditation process, tips on what to expect during the site visit and preparation resources. The webinar (recorded 01/26/2021) can be viewed at: https://sites.google.com/umich.edu/frankel-c3rg/past-seminar-schedule.
- AAHRPP Tip Sheets Use these brief documents from AAHRPP to review the standards and elements that form an accredited human research protection program. U-M IRBs and ORCR are encouraged to review all tip sheets.
- AAHRPP U-MIC Download the University of Michigan IRB Collaborative (U-MIC) presentation (with audio) describing the AAHRPP re-accreditation process (~ 6 minutes). Last Updated: November 2020