This Washington University School of Medicine policy outlines how information from research studies/trails and research consent forms are to be documented in Epic (the electronic patient medical record). WUSM Policy: Placement of Research Study Information & Consents in the Medical Record (PDF)
Record Retention Requirements Research data that are commonly accepted in the scientific community as necessary to validate research findings must be retained by WashU researchers for a minimum period required by applicable laws and regulations, funding agency requirements, or other agreements. The University and the Principal Investigator have rights and responsibilities concerning access to, use […]
Created 04/2019Updated 10/2021 Download the IRB/IACUC Review and Approval Matrix.
Overview The WashU Research Community encompasses a diverse spread of individuals within and outside the University. A significant number of individuals not employed or holding an appointment at WashU may be involved (directly or indirectly) in research or other WashU activities. This includes domestic and international research collaborators, visiting researchers and faculty, and students (across […]
In order for Non-WashU personnel to obtain the necessary training and security access, two options are available and primarily depends on the anticipated needs and role with WashU: Contingent Workers: Non-WashU person with direct involvement in WashU research, under an agreement to use WashU space/equipment for non-WashU purposes, or requiring WUSTL key access to a […]
See also: COVID-19 Monitoring Guidance Approved: June 24, 2020Administratively Revised: August 20, 2021 Purpose and Applicability Guidance Centralized Monitoring or Remote Monitoring On-Site Monitoring Monitoring of Multi-Centered PI-Initiated Trials Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) Resources I. Purpose and Applicability Monitoring procedures have evolved in recent years due to advancements in technology. Washington University in St. Louis is […]
Created 01.15.2020 Introduction The WUSTL Research Conflicts of Interest Policy states “The Conflicts of Interest Review Committee(s) (CIRC) is the designated official(s) responsible for evaluating financial disclosures.” This procedure outlines the process that the CIRC uses to evaluate the disclosures for financial conflicts of interest (FCOI). Disclosure Review All covered individuals are required to submit […]
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