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Table 4 Knowledge of institutional policies by primary college assignment

From: Do chiropractic college faculty understand informed consent: a pilot study

  Respondent Group
  All Respondents Teaching Clinic Research Support
Does Palmer College of Chiropractic have formal policies for the use of existing educational evaluation data for faculty scholarship? (n = 55)           
Yes 17 31% 8 32% 8 36% 1 25% 0 0%
No 2 4% 0 0% 1 5% 0 0% 1 25%
Unsure 36 65% 17 68% 13 59% 3 75% 3 75%
Totals: 55   25   22   4   4  
Which best describes procedures in place a Palmer College of Chiropractic for obtaining consent from students to use their performance data and test scores for educational research and scholarship? (n = 56)           
Students can decline consent 15 27% 7 28% 7 30% 0 0% 1 25%
Matriculation conditional on consent 3 5% 1 4% 0 0% 1 25% 1 25%
There are no procedures 8 14% 5 20% 3 13% 0 0% 0 0%
Don't know 30 54% 12 48% 13 57% 3 75% 2 50%
Totals: 56   25   23   4   4  
Have you participated in discussions with others in your institution about IRB requirements for using evaluation data for faculty scholarship?(Mark all that apply)           
Faculty in your department 23 27% 9 25% 12 32% 1 25% 1 17%
Faculty in other departments, not research 8 10% 4 11% 2 5% 1 25% 1 17%
Faculty in the research department 14 17% 7 19% 7 18% 0 0% 0 0%
College faculty meetings 1 1% 0 0% 0 0% 0 0% 1 17%
Dean, administrators, etc. 13 15% 5 14% 8 21% 0 0% 0 0%
No discussion reported 22 26% 9 25% 8 21% 2 50% 3 50%
Other 3 4% 2 6% 1 3% 0 0% 0 0%
Totals: 84   36   38   4   6