Research and other forms of scholarly inquiry are evident at Chamberlain. Students of some academic programs are required to design and/or implement formal scholarly projects in partial fulfillment of their course or program requirements. Faculty will provide students appropriate information and support resources for these projects and assist students in ensuring that scholarly projects adhere to all policies and procedures. Additionally, research or other forms scholarly inquiry is an expectation of many of Chamberlain’s full-time faculty. Student and faculty scholarship findings are often disseminated to peers and professional audiences though presentations and healthcare publications. Chamberlain also disseminates faculty and student scholarship findings through internal and external Chamberlain publications.
Chamberlain University supports a federally-registered institutional review board (IRB) to review and oversee human subjects research conducted by Chamberlain students, faculty and staff. The purpose of the IRB is to ensure that all such research adheres to Federal statute and ethical guidelines. Further information about the IRB and the conduct of research at Chamberlain is available at library.chamberlain.edu/IRB