Human Subjects Research (HSR) in the Time of COVID-19
NC State IRB Guidance (updated 6/16/2021)
Research in the Time of COVID-19
We are still in the age of COVID-19 and the NC State IRB office has guidance regarding research with human subjects so that research participants, researchers, and the community at large will be protected.
Mandatory Training Requirements
Anyone on the research team that is involved in the recruitment process, consent process, implementation of interventions and other data collection processes, analysis of identifiable private data, or supervising a student researcher must provide the IRB proof of completion of human subjects training with their IRB application. Please review the linked guidance below. The training requirement applies to studies reviewed and approved at all levels, including exemptions.
Our Fall 2021 workshop dates and times are posted and open for registration. Most of our workshops will continue to be virtual synchronous training. We are debuting for the Fall 2021 semester a self-directed workshop (Human Subjects Research and the Department of Defense) and plan to provide more self-directed workshops in the future.
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What We Do and How We Do It
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NC State IRB Registration Numbers
FWA: 00003429, IRB Board Registration: 00000330, and I-ORG: 0000200