IRB Forms (Cayuse Era)
The consent templates have been designed to include all required elements of consent. Please do not modify the forms to remove required elements. You may make whatever modifications are required to include the necessary information for your project. Before submitting your form(s), please remove all comments and extraneous information. (Note that the more modifications you make the longer it will take to verify that the required elements are present, delaying your review.)
For Research with Adults:
Written informed consent:
Online informed consent:
For Research with Minors:
Please note that parents must provide consent for allowing their children to participate in research. An "opt-out" consent procedure will not be approved.
Language to Be Inserted into Informed Consent for Special Cases:
Confidentiality for Protected Health Information:
Conflict of Interest Disclosure:
Compensation for Injury for Funded Studies:
Recruitment is part of the consent process, and recruitment forms must comply with OHRP requirements. Modify the existing templates to fit your study context, but do not remove required elements.
Biological Specimens, DNA, Data Use
Genetic Research Consent Rider:
Genetic Screening Consent Rider
Data Use Agreement Form:
Application for Specimen Repository:
Legacy Protocol Forms (only for use with protocols not in Cayuse)
Making Amendments to an Active Protocol:
Minor Amendments Form:
Use this form to add/remove co-investigators, fix errors or omissions in the protocol documents and templates, extend participant sample size, and other non-procedural changes.
Major changes to the protocol will have to be approved by the IRB and investigators should anticipate submitting a new protocol in Cayuse to address these changes.
IRB Progress Report / Final Report:
NOTE: If a page does not say "Cayuse Era" at the top, you have landed on an outdated IRB page. DO NOT rely on any information presented on an outdated page. Delete the link that took you to that page or notify the owner of the page with the link. Update your bookmarks or links to the new pages.
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