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Application Guidance

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Alternative IRB Review Arrangements Information about when the IRB will enter into joint review arrangements, rely upon the review of another qualified IRB, or make similar arrangements for review of research.    
Amendments Basic information about this kind of application and step-by-step instructions for creating an Amendment in ERICA.
Ancillary Committees [PDF] This flowchart shows the order an application will take through ancillary committee reviews once it is submitted in ERICA.
Ancillary Requirements In order to receive IRB approval, it may be necessary to provide information to and/or receive ancillary approval from an ancillary committee.
Consent Process Models This page includes examples of different consent processes the IRB suggests for common study designs.
Continuing Reviews Basic information about this kind of application and step-by-step instructions for creating a Continuing Review in ERICA.
Example Applications Example applications of common study designs.
External Intuitions or Sites Information about conducting research with groups outside the University of Utah.
Final Project Reports Basic information about this kind of application and step-by-step instructions for creating a Final Project Report in ERICA.
First-Time Submitting A toolkit for new investigators who may be submitting to the IRB for the first time.
Investigator Guidance Series This page serves as a central hub for all of the IGS documents. Topics are updated regularly; this page should be the starting point for any coordinator with a question about IRB policy on a specific topic.
IRB Review Process This page includes flowcharts showing the complete IRB process from submission to final processing.
New Study Applications Basic information about this kind of application and step-by-step instructions for creating a New Study in ERICA.
Report Forms Basic information about this kind of application and step-by-step instructions for creating a Report Form in ERICA.
Study Team Toolkit This page has been designed to help study coordinators and investigators navigate the essential parts of the IRB process smoothly.
Tissue Banking The IRB must review all research involving human tissue collection and use.  The IRB must make the determination of whether the activity is human subject research.  This page includes detailed information required to gain approval for a tissue bank.
Tutorials This page includes tutorials written and maintained by the IRB Staff designed to assist study teams with various aspects of the IRB process.
Who May Submit a Study Who can submit an application to the IRB?
Who Should I Contact for Assistance? This page includes answers to the most frequently-asked questions the IRB receives about which staff member can help them at a given point in the IRB review process.
Last Updated: 12/6/16