This month's post will explain why an international study may require additional reviews and approvals, available resources to support researchers who intend to conduct research internationally, and outline how obtaining an international research review impacts an investigator’s UOPX IRB review.
Below you'll find regular articles featuring user support and the latest news from the Institutional Review Board (IRB). We encourage researchers to check the Forms and Templates library, from the left menu when you log in to IRBNet (http://irbnet.org) for the most up to date IRB guidance.
This month's post will explain the relationship between recruitment and informed consent, outline important considerations for designing recruitment plans, recruiting via social media, and describe important elements of recruitment materials
Understand why it is important to identify, plan for, and report all conflicts of interest in your research.
In this month’s IRB Corner, we discuss the importance of considering the researcher’s relationship to the research. We explain what is meant by “relationship to research,” what relationship to research issues should be considered and reported to the University of Phoenix IRB, and mechanisms to mitigate potential issues related to relationship to research.
This month in the IRB Corner we discuss conditional approvals and when the University IRB issues a conditional approval, how to lift conditions from the approval, and when research can start if you receive a conditional approval.
This month in the IRB Corner we discuss considerations for researchers who are collecting data with online surveys.
This month in the IRB Corner, we discuss what a reliance agreement is, why you might need one, and the process of obtaining and submitting a reliance agreement to the UOPX IRB Office.
This month in the IRB Corner we discuss continuing reviews of research. We address why projects undergo continuing reviews, when requests for continuing review should be filed, what sort of information you should share with the IRB Office during a continuing review of research, and types of continuing review.
Learn more about what changes to your study mean to your IRB approval, when to notifiy the IRB office, and how.
Learn more about why we ask for various permissions and how you can go about getting the permissions you need to move forward with your IRB review and research activities.
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