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Institutional Review Board

Institutional Review Board for the Protection of Human Subjects

Frequently Asked Questions

 

Six steps to submitting a protocol for review

  1. Complete the online training module
  2. Determine which type of review is appropriate for your project
  3. Complete the Request for Exemption or the Application for Expedited or Full Review and attach materials as necessary
  4. Describe your project to the IRB according to the questions on the Request for Exemption or Application for Expedited or Full Review form
  5. Obtain permissions and signatures as necessary
  6. Submit the complete package and copies as indicated on the forms to the appropriate IRB

 

Federal Policies and Guidance

 

NYIT IRBs

 

IRB Human Research Protections Manual and Guidance for Submitting Protocols

The most common reason for delay in IRB review is lack of information about the study procedures, recruitment or instruments. Please read the instructions carefully and answer all questions on the forms. Direct questions to the Office of Sponsored Programs and Research at x7488 or kryan05@nyit.edu.

 

Completing the Required IRB Training

All key personnel, including students, are required to complete an online training program before beginning their research. To complete the training, go to http://phrp.nihtraining.com. Once the training is completed, you will be prompted to print out a certificate of completion. Submit a copy of the certificate with your request for IRB approval. Keep a copy for your records.

 

What type of review should I request?

There are three types of protocols: exempt, expedited and full review. If your project does not fall in one of the exempt or expedited categories, then it will be reviewed by the IRB at a monthly meeting. Please note: Protocols that qualify for exempt or expedited status are reviewed on a rolling basis and can be submitted at any time.

 

What forms are required to submit my protocol to the IRB?

Other forms

 

How do I write a consent or assent form?

Use the consent form templates provided below. One of these templates, as appropriate to your study, must be used. The consent form should be on department letterhead.

Consent form templates:

 

When should I submit my protocol?

Protocols that qualify for exempt or expedited status are reviewed on a rolling basis and can be submitted at any time. Protocols that require full committee review should be submitted according the meeting and deadline schedule.

 

Where should I send my protocol?

Linda M. Reuter, CIP
IRB Consultant
Office of Sponsored Programs and Research
Tower House, Room B10
516.686.7488
lreuter@nyit.edu

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