How does the 5-year expiration date affect my exemption?

FAQ

Once an exemption is granted, exempt studies do not require yearly continuing reviews.  A 5-year expiration deadline is assigned to exemptions in ARROW, with the exception of 'not research' and 'not human subjects' determinations that are certified in ARROW. Once the 5 years have lapsed, the protocol will automatically be closed in ARROW. If the study team has not yet concluded the protocol, a request to Extend Exemption can be submitted prior to the 5-year deadline. Reminders of an upcoming exemption expiration will be sent at 90, 60 and 30 days prior to the set expiration date.

If the study team concludes the project prior to the 5-year expiration deadline, a Study Closure Report should be submitted to the IRB for review and acceptance.

NOTE: Data needs to be retained for 7 years after the completion of data analysis should an issue of scientific misconduct arise.




Keywords:exempt, exemption   Doc ID:90524
Owner:Casey P.Group:Education and Social/Behavioral Science IRB
Created:2019-03-21 09:38 CDTUpdated:2019-03-21 12:27 CDT
Sites:Education and Social/Behavioral Science IRB
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