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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 differentiates case reports from human subjects research.
UAB Policy
This policy describes documentation requirements for the OIRB (Office of the IRB).
UAB Policy Library Entry
This guidebook contains information on the IRB and its relevance to UAB Investigators. Specific instructions on training, the review process and approvals are included in the guidebook.
UAB Procedure
This procedure outlines the responsibilities of the investigator, OIRB and IRB for conducting and evaluating activities designed to educate the public about Human Subjects research.
UAB Procedure
This procedure outlines the responsibilities of the investigator, ORIB, and IRB to facilitate questions and concerns as part of the Informed Consent process.
UAB Procedure
This procedure outlines responsibilities for the investigator, OIRB and IRB for review when pregnant women, fetuses and neonates are involved as participants in research.
UAB Procedure
This procedure outlines responsibilities for the investigator, OIRB and IRB for review when prisoners are involved as participants in research.
UAB Procedure
This procedure outlines the responsibilities of the OIRB, CQIP Team, IRB Member, Research Community and the Institution for quality assurance and quality improvement for the Human Research Protection Program.
UAB Procedure
This procedure outlines the responsibilities of the investigator, OIRB and IRB for the use of repositories of human tissues and databanks for research.