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Human Research Protection Program (HRPP)

The mission of Allina Health's Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) and its Institutional Review Board (IRB) is to protect and respect the rights and welfare of subjects involved in human research overseen by this organization. This includes human subjects research involving Allina Health employees, facilities, patients or data.

The Allina Health Human Research Protection Program (HRPP), in partnership with its research community and IRB, is responsible for ensuring the ethical and equitable treatment of all human subjects in research conducted under its auspices.  We strive to safeguard and promote the health and well-being of human research subjects by ensuring that their rights and safety are protected.  All actions of Allina Health Research, including conduct and review, are guided by the principles set forth in the Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research (The Belmont Report). 

The Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) plays an active role in the research community, providing support and guidance in the conduct of research with human subjects to ensure that compliance with relevant regulations is met. The HRPP also provides quality oversight and timely reviews of research projects to facilitate excellence, advocacy and progress for human subject research.

Contact information

Main phone: 612-262-4920
Email: irb@allina.com
Mailing address: 
Mail Route 10839
PO Box 43
Minneapolis, MN 55440

For more detailed contact information, please see our Research Integrity Contact List.

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