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IRB Notes: Consent and authorization forms now combined

Due to a change in the HIPAA Privacy Rule, the Institutional Review Board has revised its consent and authorization templates so that all informed consent and authorization elements are combined into a single form that requires only one signature from the subject. Please follow the detailed instructions within the template to customize the form for your study. Additional consent and authorization form guidelines and instructions are available here. The new templates are available on the … Read More

New and improved HIPAA research authorization proccess seminar, April 25

Led by Andrea Johnson April 25, 2013, 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in UHS 8B60 New HIPAA regulations and guidance, which take effect on March 26, 2013, allow HIPAA authorizations for research studies to be built into the consent form in nearly all cases, even when the research has optional components. They also permit authorization for future research. This means fewer forms to submit and a more integrated process. Come learn about: The changes to … Read More

IRB Notes: Analyst notes on consent forms

Did you know that obtaining a signature on a consent form does not complete the consent process? Maintaining informed consent requires that subjects be provided with any new information that arises during the course of a study (such as changes to the research plan, change in risk/benefit profile, the results of related research, etc.) that may affect a subject’s decision whether or not to continue participation in the study. When such information arises, the investigator … Read More

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