Protecting Human Subjects
The TWU Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) review research projects that involve human subjects to protect their rights and welfare. Therefore, it is the policy of TWU that all research conducted by any TWU faculty member, staff member, or student using human subjects must have prior approval from a TWU IRB before the research is initiated. Human subjects research at TWU is governed by TWU's federalwide assurance, policy, and associated procedures.
- Determining when IRB review is required
- Levels of review
- Process when more than one IRB is involved
- Committee memberships, application deadlines and meeting dates
- Guidance for specific situations and other resources for human subject researchers.
- Application forms for new studies
- Modification, extension, and file-close requests for existing studies
- Guide to writing a consent form and sample consent forms
View requirements and links on the basic human subjects' protection training requirements for investigators and research team members.
page last updated 7/1/2016 3:58 PM