How IRB software can help you comply with Common Rule updates
The Common Rule, governing human subjects in federal research, was revised in 2017 for the first time since the 1990s. The regulatory changes went into effect in January 2019, causing researchers to adapt—and in some cases, adopt an electronic IRB protocol submission and management system.
Two authors from Wake Forest School of Medicine explain how they’re using an electronic IRB system to mitigate six key compliance concerns, based on their current interpretation of the Common Rule changes. Get their tips and learn how to apply them to your own institution and/or office in this free whitepaper. Download your copy today!
Joseph E. Andrews, Jr., PhD, MA, CIP
Assistant Dean for Regulatory Affairs and Research Integrity at Wake Forest School of Medicine
Brian Moore, MS, CIP
Director of the Human Research Protection Program and Institutional Review Board at Wake Forest School of Medicine