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UAB Policy Library Entry
This manual contains numerous policies pertaining to the General Health and Safety Management Program at UAB.
UAB Policy
This policy differentiates case reports from human subjects research.
UAB Procedure
This procedure details the responsibilities of the investigator, OIRB, IRB and the institution for reviewing and signing of independent investigator agreements.
UAB Policy
This policy describes documentation requirements for the OIRB (Office of the IRB).
UAB Policy
This policy underscores the ethical principles for responsible conduct by which all UAB faculty, employees, and trainees must abide in the performance, recording, and reporting of research and scholarly activities. It also sets forth the procedures to be followed in the case of suspected research misconduct, from preliminary assessment through final outcome of an investigation.
UAB Guideline
The Conflict of Interest Review Board (CIRB) Guidelines for Investigators outlines the responsibilites of investigators, the CIRB, and other university parties when managing financial conflicts of interest.
UAB Procedure
UAB sub-recipient agreements (third-party agreements) must be in compliance with all applicable laws, regulations, and terms and conditions included in UAB’s prime award(s). Certain procedures have been established to ensure proper monitoring of these agreements.
UAB Policy
This policy describes the IRB's obligation to report certain determinations to UAB officials, regulatory and other federal regulatory agencies, and sponsors.
UAB Policy
This policy states that consent may be obtained from an individual's legally authorized representative when that individual is unable to consent to participate in research for themselves. The document includes the definition of "legally authorized representative."
UAB Policy
This policy describes the regulations and requirements for establishing, maintaining and utilizing IRBs at UAB.