IRB Issues: Compliance, Quality and Consent
Presented October 13, 2015
During this workshop, the major focus was how to write a quality IRB protocol, highlighting red flags that can potentially slow down the entire process. Presenters described speed bumps (delays to approvals) as well as when continuing reviews and amendments are required. How to make sure that informed consent is done properly, especially with underserved populations, and when waivers might be appropriate, was covered. Best practices and resources as well as non-compliance examples and findings were also shared. An IRB review board member shared their perspective on the review process.
Joni Barnard, Education Resource Specialist Office of Responsible Research Practices, OSU
Jackie Goodway, Associate Professor Department of Human Sciences, EHE
Vanessa Hill, Senior Quality Improvement Specialist, Office of Responsible Research Practices, OSU
Shayne Piasta, Assistant Professor, Department of Teaching and Learning, EHE
- What is expedited review?
- Office of Responsible Research Practices website
- Consent, Assent, and Parental Permission Templates and Guidance
- Buck-IRB General Training (recording) Susan S. Ebert, MS, RD, CIP, Office of Responsible Research Practices