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UAB Procedure
This procedure lists responsibilities of the investigator, IRB, OIRB, and sponsor for waiver to the informed consent process in research planned for emergency settings.
UAB Policy
This document lists specific responsibilities of the investigator, OIRB and IRB for monitoring human subjects research
UAB Procedure
This procedure lists responsibilities of the investigator, OIRB and IRB for carrying out the initial review using the expedited procedure.
UAB Procedure
This procedure outlines the responsibilities of the investigator, OIRB and IRB with regard to suspension or termination of IRB-Approved research and administrative hold.
UAB Procedure
This procedure outlines the responsibilities of the investigator, OIRB and IRB for continuing review of research approved by the convened IRB.
UAB Procedure
This procedure outlines the responsibilities of the investigator, IRB, OIRB for the review of modifications to previously approved research by the convened IRB.
UAB Procedure
This procedure outlines the responsibilities of the investigator, OIRB and IRB for the continuing review of research by the expedited procedure.
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 Policy
This policy sets forth UAB’s commitment to creating a secure environment for children and establishes principles by which all University representatives should guide their behavior when interacting with children and reporting suspicions of abuse or neglect.
UAB Policy
Employees (including faculty) may not engage in consensual romantic or sexual relationships when one party in the relationship supervises, evaluates, or grades the other party.