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On November 1, 2016, the WSU IRB will open its new paperless submission system (InfoED) to voluntary submissions of human subject research that may be exempt or qualify for expedited review. Do not submit Full Board Studies via InfoED now. Note that all review types can still be submitted via the paper forms below. The system is being implemented in a step-wise fashion. This website will provide the latest information about the implementation – please check it regularly.
Before you use the system, it is recommended that you attend an investigator training session. Training sessions will be given each month starting in December. Please contact the IRB Office if you would like to be placed on the list to receive training notifications. The full schedule will be posted to this site, once it is available.
All new studies that are submitted using the new system must be done via the Initial Application Form. It is important to understand that this one form replaces the current paper “petitions” below (e.g., Full, SEBR, Chart and Blood). All forms within the HS Module are “smart” forms that add/remove questions based on your responses. Therefore, it is important that you answer every available question to avoid submitting an incomplete form.
To facilitate your use of the system, we have posted new required forms and guidance documents below:
- Investigator Submission Guidance (DOCX)
- Project-Specific Disclosure Form (DOCX)
- Faculty Advisor, Department Chair and Hospital Reviewer Guidance (DOCX)
- IRB HIPAA Authorization Template Language (DOCX)
- IRB HIPAA Authorization Worksheet (DOCX)
- Routing and Workflow Diagram (PDF)
- HS InfoED Training Schedule (Coming Soon)
**Documents above are posted as Word documents so that users can customize by making font and screen shots larger if needed.
It is important to understand before you start an InfoED submission, that the PI, Faculty Advisor (if applicable), and WSU Department Chair (if not Premier or Dayton VA) must have an active W-number and relevant InfoED permissions to use the system.
Forms and detailed instructions on how to apply for permission will be posted on this site by November 15th.
WSU is pleased to offer on-line human subjects protection training for Principal Investigators and key personnel on projects involving human subjects, and IRB members. This training is available through the Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative (CITI). At the log-in page, either click on "New Users - Register Here" or, if you're already registered, enter your username and password. Identify yourself as affiliated with Wright State University. The succeeding forms to be filled out are fairly self-explanatory. Upon completion of the appropriate modules, a certificate will be generated. The IRB will confirm that all project participants have completed the appropriate training courses prior to the approval of any studies.
While not required, the IRB staff members offer in-person training sessions for classes and other groups, as well as one-on-one training. Please contact the IRB office to arrange for one of these sessions.
- Categories of Not Human Subjects Research (NHSR) and Exemption
- Recommendations on how to avoid common mistakes (PDF)
Jodi Blacklidge, Human Subjects Program Facilitator
Ms. Blacklidge may be contacted with general questions about the IRB, human subject training requirements, and about projects that may meet Exemption or Expedited Review criteria. (937) 775-3974 or Jodi.email@example.com
Robyn Wilks, Administrative Coordinator
Ms. Wilks may be contacted about IRB operations, the WSU IRB FWA, human subject protections regulations, WSU IRB requirements, collaborative research with other institutions and questions about projects that require full board review. (937) 775-4462 or firstname.lastname@example.org