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Center for Human Subject Protection
The Center for Human Subject Protection (CHSP) is established according to Articles 7 and 8 of the Organization Charter of KMUH.
Mission: to enforce the responsibility of test subject protection as a human research organization, and to ensure all subjects in a (1) qualified environment and under the supervision of a (2) qualified research team can participate in (3) legitimate clinical trials. In addition, the rights and safety of all subjects should be properly and accurately maintained.
1.Management and supervision of subject protection and coordination of related units and personnel, such as the institutional review board (administrative), General Clinical Research Center, Clinical Trial Management Committee (administrative), and Department of Pharmacy (Division of clinical trial pharmacy). Together these units carry out the operations for protection of clinical trial subjects.
(1)Provides timely, effective and high quality education, review and monitoring of human research
(2)Promotes the excellence of human research and improves the quality of clinical trial subject protection and clinical trial research.
(1)Director: appointed by the superintendent from candidates with clinical trial qualification; supervises all operation of the center and assumes full responsibility.
(2)Chief officer : recommended by the director and appointed by the superintendent; in charge of all administrative affairs of the center.
(3)Administrative staff: carry out the center’s affairs under the supervision of the director and chief officer.