IRB @UW-Madison: Post-Project Procedures, 11/20 9am

The Educational and Social/Behavioral Science Institutional Review Board at UW-Madison offers a series of free sessions throughout the academic year on human subjects research and the IRB Process.  On Wednesday Nov. 20 at 9am, the ED/SBS IRB offers IRB 601: Post Project Procedures – a new session that will address requirements of the PI and study team after a study is complete, including data retention requirements, PI responsibilities, and study team members leaving UW.

Description:
The focus of this presentation is on the procedures for the end of a research project, after the study is complete.

  • Learn about campus policies governing data retention and research records storage. 
  • Learn about post approval monitoring and how to prepare for a site visit.
  • Learn about what data can leave UW when a student moves to a new institution.
  • Learn about the roles and responsibilities of a PI after data collection and analysis are complete.

There will be time available for Q & A with IRB staff. Bring your protocol, laptop and questions.

Registration is appreciated: Register At This Link

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