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UAB Policy
This policy details the protection of human subjects in research and the guidelines established by the IRB to ensure confidentiality of data.
UAB Policy
This policy provides instructions for informed consent. Researchers seeking to utilize human subjects must obtain informed consent in accordance with all applicable federal regulations.
UAB Policy
Reviews of various issues may require expertise not available within the IRB. This policy details the IRB's use of consultants under such circumstances.
UAB Policy
This policy defines child, parent and guardian and their associated requirements as research subjects.
UAB Policy
This policy describes data monitoring plans which are required for all human subjects research involving greater than minimal risk. Details on plan content and submission are included in the document.
UAB Policy
This policy describes the IRB's process of determining human subjects research and research exempt from Federal Human Subjects Protection Regulations. This document lists what the IRB is authorized to determine and includes multiple definitions related to the review process for research involving human subjects.
UAB Policy
This policy describes the regulations and requirements for establishing, maintaining and utilizing IRBs at UAB.
UAB Policy
This policy defines the circumstances under which research may be conducted without the requirement of informed consent.
UAB Policy
This policy describes the circumstances underwhich expedited review of Human Subjects research is granted by the IRB.
UAB Policy
Clinical investigations involving human subjects and drugs, biologics, devices or test articles are subject to review. In order to comply with federal regulations, the IRB will determine what types of applications and exemptions (when applicable) are required for the study. This document describes various types of studies and instructions for submission and compliance.