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Contact the IRB
Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Attend daily Office Hours
- Mondays at 8-9am PT
- Tuesdays at 1:30-2pm PT
- Wednesdays at 2:30-3pm PT
- Thursdays at 1-2pm PT
- Fridays at 2-2:30pm PT
There are several steps students can take to prepare for the IRB process. These steps are described below.
Step 1: Complete CITI training
Step 2: Consider the feasibility of your study
As you develop your dissertation, ask yourself these questions to consider the gatekeepers involve in your study, the possible risks, the benefits of the study, permissions, and potential challenges:
- Is your recruitment plan clear?
- How will you obtain the data you want to use?
- Will you be able to accurately portray and understand what your participants/data had to say?
- Are the data analyses well-developed?
- Will you be able to collect data that your propose?
Use the following document to consider the feasibility of your study design:
Step 3: Listen to IRB webinars
Step 4: Use IRB services
If you have questions about the IRB process or are experiencing technical issues with IRBManager, you can attend weekly Open Office Hours for support. No registration is necessary.
To learn about writing/revising your IRB application, you can register to attend weekly Group Sessions or register for IRB Document Review.