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All UW-Madison IRBs adhere to federal regulations, state laws, and policies established by the campus Human Research Protection Program (HRPP). For a complete list of HRPP policies, please use the link to the left. In addition to regulations, laws, and policies, each IRB office has its own guidance to help address issues specific to researcher needs, office practices, and reviews. Below are guidance documents developed by the ED/SBS IRB office.


Informed Consent Guidance

Collaborative Studies Guidance

Vulnerable Populations 
Guidance

Special Considerations Guidance
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1 IRB Guidance: Site Permission
773562022-09-1911294
2 IRB Guidance: UW-Madison Acting as IRB of Record
752232022-06-273826
3 IRB Guidance: Collaborating Investigators
424232022-06-064984
4 IRB Guidance: FERPA
429882022-02-0710375
5 IRB Guidance: Ceding IRB Review
676192022-01-243877
6 IRB Guidance: Informed Consent
577222021-11-2938626
7 IRB Guidance: Research in K-12 Schools
429912021-08-2052906
8 IRB Guidance: Research with Minors
429892021-02-129485
9 IRB Guidance: Data Release Agreements
584462020-09-235932
10 IRB Guidance: Researchers Leaving UW
753962020-09-223000
11 IRB Guidance: Research vs. Quality Improvement/Program Evaluation
698552020-04-157949
12 IRB Guidance: Reportable Events
519172020-04-155671
13 IRB Guidance: Post Project Procedures & Data Retention
423782020-04-065486
14 IRB Guidance: Video Recording in Classrooms
423772020-04-064297
15 IRB Guidance: Technology & New Media Research
423762020-04-068769
16 IRB Guidance: Change in PI
652982020-02-282839
17 IRB Guidance: GDPR and Research at UW
892042019-12-165227
18 IRB Guidance: Use of Student Records in Research
433252019-12-0510103
19 IRB Guidance: International Research
423792019-11-216446
20 IRB Guidance: Protocol Development Activities
522512019-11-074138

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