The IRB and you. Helen Harton (Baker 357) Professor of Psychology IRB Chair. What is an iRB and why do we need it?. Past problems: Nuremberg Code, Belmont Report, OHRP
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Get IRB training. http://www.uni.edu/osp/irb-training
Complete an IRB application. http://www.uni.edu/osp/irb-forms
Existing data form
Attach a consent document or process, being careful to address all the issues (http://www.uni.edu/osp/sites/default/files/IRB%20Informed%20Consent%20Checklist.pdf) and put it in language that your potential participants will understand
Really think through all the steps to your study—how will people contact you (attach flyers), how will you recruit them (attach script), where will you interview them (if not a public place, you’ll need location permission)
Think through whether you need any ‘letters of cooperation’ from agencies or locations and get those send on letterhead or via email (with title) to the IRB.
Submit it to the IRB, either by hand delivering or by email to [email protected] (has to have cc for your faculty supervisor on the project)
Then it goes out to a reviewer, who will get back to you within a couple of weeks, either with an emailed approval (in which case you can begin your study), with further questions (more likely), or with notification that your study will go to “full board.”
You’ll then respond back as quickly as possible (being careful to really answer their questions) and hopefully get an approval at that point.