IRB Instructions

Getting Started: How do I submit my research to the IRB?

Step 1: What type of review does my project qualify for?

Step 2: Registering yourself in IRBNet

IRBNet Registration Instructions

IRBNet User Guide for Researchers (step-by-step instructions on how to submit through IRBNet)

 

Step 3: Submitting your project to IRBNet

New Project Submission

The Researcher 1 video walks through the process of submitting an Initial Submission.
Username: creighton
Password: training

Step 4: Post-Approval Topics (modifications, additions, deletions)

Post-Approval Topics

The Researcher 2 video walks through the process of submitting materials like Continuing Reviews, Amendments, and Study Closures, etc.
Username: creighton
Password: training

Step 5: Terminations- How do I close my study?

Your termination documents must be submitted via IRBNet.  Only the investigative team can submit.

 You must:

1.        Go to IRBNet www.irbnet.org enter the system.  Open your project.

2.        You will then see a list of Project Administration tasks on the left side of the screen

3.        Go to the "Forms and Templates" section.  Be sure you have the right library selected at the top of the page (Biomedical vs. Social Behavioral)

3.        For Expedited and Full Board studies download the application titled, "Application for  Continuing Review or Project Termination (Expedited and Full Board)" and fill it out

  For Exempt studies - download the application titled, "Application for Termination of Exempt Projects" and fill it out

4.      Once filled out, push the "Designer" tab on the left, Project Administration list in IRBNet. There will be a button on this page titled, "Attach New Document." Push this button and attach your termination application. 

7.      Once attached be sure to push the "Sign this Package" button (this is a project administration task on the left side of the screen)

8.       Lastly be sure to push the "Submit this Package" button (again this is a project administration task on  the left side of the screen). Be sure the submission goes to the Board that originally reviewed the project.