Institutional Review Boards fulfill an essential service to colleges and universities by providing consultation

Institutional Review Boards fulfill an essential service to colleges and universities by providing consultation and oversight on the ethical conduct of research with human subjects. First, visit the Saint Mary’s IRB website and review all of the documents a social researcher would need to submit a study to the board. Then, complete the following steps:
Fill out the Application for Initial IRB Review using the topic and research question you developed for the Week 2, SRR Step 1 assignment.
Using the template provided on the IRB website, create an informed consent document that can be used with participants in your hypothetical study.
Share both documents in your discussion forum this week, describe any aspects of the process that you found difficult or challenging, and provide critical feedback and suggestions for improvement to at least two of your classmates.
Initial Post Prompt:
Your initial discussion board post should be at least 200-250 words in length. Please reference any articles you use for your example. 
Response Prompt:
Provide critical feedback and suggestions for improvement to at least two of your classmates.
The sample application in there should be filled with new topic.