IRB Forms and Templates
Fall 2013 Deadline Announcement
The deadline for protocol submissions for the Fall 2013 is the last Monday in November - 11/25. This is an informal deadline so that IRB protocols can be sent out to members before winter break. The IRB coordinator will be out of the office from 12/14/13 - 1/12/14. Any protocols submitted after the November deadline may experience delays due to winter break. Protocol submissions are not accepted by email or fax.
Required IRB Forms and Templates
IRB Application (pdf)
Must be submitted with all IRB paperwork. Includes a Request to Use Human Subjects in Research, an Exclusion Screening Tool, and an Exemption Screening Tool.
Protocol Narrative (doc)
Must be submitted with all IRB paperwork. Provides a complete description of the methods and procedures of the proposed research.
Consent Form Templates (pdf)
Includes: Sample Consent Form for Adult Participants, Sample Consent Form for Research Involving Minors, Sample of Optional Cover Letter, and instructions for creating the consent forms.
Verification of Translation Accuracy Form (pdf)
Must be included with any translated documents that are submitted with the IRB protocol.
Follow-up and Registration Forms
Extension Request (pdf)
Can only be submitted after IRB approval is obtained. Investigators wishing to collect data beyond the IRB approval expiration date must file an extension request before the approval period expires.
IRB Registration - Intent to Conduct Human Subjects Research (pdf)
This form should only be used if a) you are an outside investigator that already has IRB approval from another institution to conduct your research at SJSU, or b) if you are an SJSU investigator that has IRB approval from an outside institution to conduct your research elsewhere, or c) if you are an SJSU investigator awaiting approval of a grant proposal and will submit a complete IRB protocol to the SJSU IRB prior to the initiation of the research activities.
Summarizes the documents needed for IRB review and includes submission address.
Describes everything investigators need to know about the IRB process, including when IRB approval is needed and how long it takes to get approval for different kinds of research. You can also learn this information by viewing the online IRB Workshop.