EPFL and other Guidelines
At EPFL, Office of Research has updated their documentation.
"The role of the HREC is to review any research project carried out at EPFL and involving non-invasive human research from an ethical point of view, before the beginning of the project."
- Swiss Ethics (Association of Swiss Ethics Committees on research involving humans) (English, French, German, Italian). They have resource links to both national and international regulations.
The list in the wiki for possible transgressions to informed consent is interesting.
Council for International Organizations of Medical Sciences, International Ethical Guidelines for Biomedical Research Involving Human Subjects - mainly relates to to ethical justification and scientific validity of research 2002 revision
Links from the Office of Human Research Protections
HHS and NIH requirements and resources for the extramural community involved in human subjects research in their roles as: Applicants/Grantees, Offerors/Contractors, Peer Reviewers, Institutional Officials
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services' policies on Research Involving Vulnerable Populations.
Office of Research on Women's Health: How to ethically Include women and Minorities resources