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IRB COVID-19 Guidance

December 09, 2020 @ 1:50 p.m.

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IRB COVID-19 Guidance

FOR THE MOST CURRENT INFORMATION, VISIT THE IRB "WHAT'S NEW" PAGE HERE.

Previous guidance:

March 31, 2020

Investigators conducting human subjects research must consider the risk(s) to participants within the current COVID-19 environment.  Risk of exposure to COVID-19 resulting from participation in human research may arise when research procedures include face-to-face interactions with participants, physical presence of participants on Auburn University campus or research site, or other scenarios.  Investigators are encouraged, as appropriate to meet research objectives, to consider replacing in-person activities with remote activities, technology-assisted participant interactions, or other methods to reduce the risk of participant exposure to COVID-19.

Investigators with active IRB protocols and those that are submitting new applications to the IRB may need to submit modifications to approved protocols and/or provide additional information related to the current COVID-19 environment. 

Investigators should monitor the Human Subjects What’s New webpage for updates.

 

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