IRB FORMS INVENTORY
FACT SHEETS/DECISION CHECKLISTS
- Application for Protocol Review
- Consent Form Template
- Financial Interest Disclosure Form-Research Staff
- Request for Waiver of HIPAA Authorization
- Participant Release Template - Partial HIPPA Authorization
- Participant Release Template - Full HIPPA Authorization
- Waiver of Consent
UNANTICIPATED AND ADVERSE EVENT REPORTING
CRS has a commitment to translating research into action. Many times, research requires an IRB, or Institional Review Board. IRB's were traditionally created to protect medical research subjects; however, they are often used in community settings as well. Given their origins in the biomedical field, many IRB's have not tailored their processes to community-level research. CRS is aiming to change that - creating an IRB process made exclusively for individuals working at the community level.
DO I NEED AN IRB REVIEW?
- There are several aspects to consider when deciding to submit an IRB application. First, review the CRS Fact Sheet "Research vs. Evaluation."
WHAT ARE THE DIFFERENT TYPES OF IRB REVIEWS?
- Use the following checklists to learn more about different types of IRB reviews:
"CRS IRB Exemption Checklist" and "CRS IRB Expedited Checklist."
- Call CRS for further clarification (303-860-1705) and we can answer any questions you may have.
HOW DO I COMPLETE AN APPLICATION?
- Next, complete an "Application for Protocol Review."
MY APPLICATION IS READY TO SUBMIT - WHERE DO I SEND IT?
- Please email your completed application to:
WHAT HAPPENS AFTER I SUBMIT MY APPLICATION?
- Once we receive your application, you will receive an e-mail acknowledgement as well as a time-frame for your applications review. You will also be asked to submit your non-refundable application fee of $250.00. This fee will be applied to the total cost of your review.