This is a state in ARROW. Applications in this state have been certified as not constituting human subjects research. This includes grant related applications not directly involving human subjects (e.g. protocol development activities only).
Certify Not Human Subjects Research
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the IRB staff reviewer to certify that an application does not constitute human subjects research. This activity occurs in the Pre-review state.
Changes Requested - Scientific Review
This is a state in ARROW. Studies in this state have undergone scientific review and changes were requested by the scientific review committee. In this state, the study team can either 1) respond to the committee request so that it returns to the Awaiting Scientific Review state for additional review, or 2) withdraw the application.
This is a state in ARROW. Studies in this state have been closed by the IRB after the investigator has submitted a study completion report.
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the IRB staff reviewer to document nature of the consult and any relevant information about the outcome of the consult.
ARROW forms have a Continue button at the bottom that moves you forward through the application. Clicking Continue saves the current page and moves the user to the next page. Continue is not the same as the Forward button on a browser. Do not use the Forward button on a browser when completing forms in ARROW or the data entered will be lost.
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the study team to make a copy of the application. This activity is available to the study team in the following states: 1) pre-submission, 2) approved, 3) withdrawn, 4) template, and 5) closed.
Copy Reportable Event to Other Study
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the PI or POC to copy a reportable event application to another study. For example, if a reportable event affects several studies open by the PI, the PI only needs to fill out the RE application one time and then copy it to the other affected studies.
This is an activity in ARROW that allows the IRB floater to confirm that correspondence they've drafted is ready for review by the IRB staff reviewer.