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<ul><li><p> Page 1 of 12 </p><p>IRB Cheat Sheet </p><p>Office of the IRB 3333 New Hyde Park Road New Hyde Park, NY, 11042 </p><p>Phone: 516-321-2100 www.feinsteininstitute.org/hrpp </p><p>irb@northwell.edu CASE MANAGERS: Richard D. Ramdeo, CIP Phone: 516-321-2118 rramdeo1@northwell.edu </p><p>Lenox Hill Hospital-All Departments Emergency Medicine Radiation Oncology Radiology Otolaryngology Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation </p><p>Dorean Flores, CIP Phone: 516-321-2112 dflores1@northwell.edu </p><p>Feinstein Institute/Translational Research Neurology Neuroscience Psychiatry Urology </p><p>Haemar Kin, MHA Phone: (516) 321-2117 hkin@northwell.edu </p><p>Anesthesiology Dentistry Corporate/Health Services/Outcomes OB-GYN Orthopedic Surgery Pediatrics Pharmacy Surgery </p><p>Khadijah Holley, BA Phone: (516) 321-2111 kholley@northwell.edu </p><p>Medicine (excluding adult hematology/oncology) Staten Island University Hospital-All Departments Huntington Hospital-All Departments Neurosurgery Ophthalmology </p><p>Alison Powell, LAT Phone: (516) 321-2115 apowell6@northwell.edu </p><p>Division of Adult Hematology/Oncology Northern Westchester Hospital Phelps Memorial Hospital Pathology/Laboratory Medicine Nursing Population Health </p><p>http://www.feinsteininstitute.org/hrppmailto:irb@northwell.edu</p></li><li><p> Page 2 of 12 </p><p>Does the activity qualify as research with human subjects and does it have to be submitted to the IRB? </p><p>No STOP DO NOT SUBMIT </p><p>STOP DO NOT SUBMIT </p><p>Is the activity a systematic investigation designed to develop </p><p>or contribute to generalizable knowledge? </p><p>Activity is not research </p><p>Yes </p><p>The activity is research. Does the research involve obtaining </p><p>information about individuals? </p><p>Yes </p><p>Does the research involve intervention or interaction with </p><p>the individuals? </p><p>No Activity is not research involving human subjects </p><p>No Is the information individually </p><p>identifiable (i.e., the identity of the subject is or may readily be ascertained by the </p><p>investigator or associated with the information)? </p><p>Yes </p><p>No </p><p>Yes </p><p>Activity is research involving human subjects. Submit protocol to the IRB. </p><p>Examples of studies that do not qualify as human subject research and would therefore not require IRB review and approval: A review of published literature, publicly </p><p>available information, or previously collected data that contains no link or code to subject identity that is breakable by the investigator receiving and utilizing/analyzing the data. </p><p> The analysis/use of discarded or commercially available human tissue where there is no link to subject identity or protected health information. </p><p> The analysis/use of human tissue where there is no link or code to subject identity that is breakable by the investigator receiving and analyzing the tissue. </p><p>Developed from Human Subject Decision Charts available at: http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/policy/checklists/decisioncharts.html </p><p>For further guidance, click on: FAQs about Research Using Human Specimens, Cell Lines or Data on the Office of Extramural Research website. </p><p>http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/policy/checklists/decisioncharts.htmlhttp://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/hs/faqs_specimens.htmhttp://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/hs/faqs_specimens.htmhttp://grants.nih.gov/grants/policy/hs/faqs_specimens.htm</p></li><li><p> Page 3 of 12 </p><p> Types of IRB Review If you have determined that your study is human subjects research, there are essentially three types of IRB new study submissions you can apply for: </p><p>1) Exempt New Study 2) Expedited New Study 3) Full Board New Study </p><p> If you are not sure what type of study you have, the best route is to call the IRB office. You can call or email your case manager directly. Also, you can visit the submission guidance section of the HRPP website: www.feinsteininstitute.org/hrpp/submissions for specific instructions on how to complete each type of submission. </p><p>http://www.feinsteininstitute.org/hrpp/submissions</p></li><li><p> Page 4 of 12 </p><p>EXEMPT NEW STUDY 45 CFR 46.101(b) Categories of Exempt Human Subjects Research* </p><p>1) Research conducted in established or commonly accepted educational settings, involving normal educational practices, such as: </p><p>a. research on regular and special education instructional strategies or b. research on the effectiveness of or the comparison among instructional techniques, </p><p>curricula or classroom management methods. </p><p>2) Research involving the use of educational tests (cognitive, diagnostic, aptitude, achievement), survey procedures, interview procedures or observation of public behavior, unless: </p><p>a. information obtained is recorded in such a manner that subjects can be identified, directly or through identifiers linked to the subjects and </p><p>b. any disclosure of the human subjects' responses outside the research could reasonably place the subjects at risk of criminal or civil liability or be damaging to the subjects' financial standing, employability or reputation. </p><p>3) Research involving the use of educational tests (cognitive, diagnostic, aptitude, achievement), survey procedures, interview procedures or observation of public behavior that is not exempt under category # 2 (above) if: </p><p>a. the human subjects are elected or appointed public officials or candidates for public office, or </p><p>b. federal statute(s) require(s) without exception that the confidentiality of the personally identifiable information will be maintained throughout the research and thereafter. </p><p>4) Research involving the collection or study of existing data, documents, records, pathological specimens or diagnostic specimens, if these sources are publicly available or the information is recorded by the investigator in such a manner that the subjects cannot be identified directly or through identifiers linked to the subjects. </p><p>5) Research and demonstration projects which are conducted by or subject to the approval of (federal) department or agency heads and which are designed to study, evaluate or otherwise examine: </p><p>a. public benefit or service programs, b. procedures for obtaining benefits or services under those programs, c. possible changes in or alternatives to those programs or procedures or d. possible changes in methods or levels of payment for benefits or services under those </p><p>programs. </p><p>6) Taste and food quality evaluation and consumer acceptance studies, if: a. wholesome foods without additives are consumed or b. if a food is consumed that contains a food ingredient at or below the level and for a use </p><p>found to be safe, or agricultural chemical or environmental contaminant at or below the level found to be safe, by the Food and Drug Administration or approved by the Environmental Protection Agency or the Food Safety and Inspection Service of the U. S. Department of Agriculture. </p><p>*Important Notes:. "Existing" means at the time the research is proposed. These exemptions do not apply to research involving prisoners (45 CFR Part 46 Subpart C). Exempt, Category 2 does not apply to research with children (45 CFR Part 46 Subpart D) except for research involving educational tests (cognitive, diagnostic, aptitude, achievement) or observations of public behavior when the researcher(s) do not participate in the activities being observed. </p></li><li><p> Page 5 of 12 </p><p> DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR EXEMPT RESEARCH STUDIES: </p><p>1) IRB Application for Exemption (will serve as the protocol) 2) Any documents that will be given to or presented to subjects 3) If you are doing a data review study, you must also submit a blank data collection sheet 4) If you are doing an educational test, survey, or interview, you will need to submit a copy of this </p><p>document, as well as an information sheet that will be provided to the subjects. This information sheet will serve as informed consent. The template can be found online. </p><p> Examples of Exempt Category 1: An investigator investigates whether their new PowerPoint presentation on hand sanitizing is better than the standard hand sanitizing education at decreasing the number of hospital related infections. The presentation is done during a nurses training seminar. Category 2: An investigator anonymously surveys patients before and after laparoscopic surgery to determine if their diets have changed because of the surgery. Category 3: An investigator anonymously surveys a senator regarding a concentration of cancer patients in a region with known water pollution. Category 4: An investigator reviews medical charts to determine if hepatitis B is related to tuberculosis. The investigator does not record any of the 18 protected health identifiers. Category 5: An investigator, on behalf of the FDA, examines whether West Nile spraying has an effect on lung conditions in people. Category 6: An investigator examines which flavor of two wholesome and additive-free foods are preferred by patients in the hospital during recovery, An exempt study can consist of multiple exempt categories. Under category 4: If information about patients is being collected from multiple sources, a temporary link is allowed in order to correctly account to whom the information belongs; however, this link must be destroyed immediately after data collection and prior to any data analysis occurring. </p></li><li><p> Page 6 of 12 </p><p>EXPEDITED NEW STUDY: 45 CFR 46.110 Categories of Expedited Human Subjects Research* </p><p>(1) Clinical studies of drugs and medical devices only when condition (a) or (b) is met. (a) Research on drugs for which an investigational new drug application (21 CFR Part 312) is </p><p>not required. (Note: Research on marketed drugs that significantly increases the risks or decreases the acceptability of the risks associated with the use of the product is not eligible for expedited review.) </p><p>(b) Research on medical devices for which (i) an investigational device exemption application (21 CFR Part 812) is not required; or (ii) the medical device is cleared/approved for marketing and the medical device is being used in accordance with its cleared/approved labeling. </p><p>(2) Collection of blood samples by finger stick, heel stick, ear stick, or venipuncture as follows: (a) from healthy, non-pregnant adults who weigh at least 110 pounds. For these subjects, the </p><p>amounts drawn may not exceed 550 ml in an 8 week period and collection may not occur more frequently than 2 times per week; or </p><p>(b) from other adults and children2, considering the age, weight, and health of the subjects, the collection procedure, the amount of blood to be collected, and the frequency with which it will be collected. For these subjects, the amount drawn may not exceed the lesser of 50 ml or 3 ml per kg in an 8 week period and collection may not occur more frequently than 2 times per week. </p><p>(3) Prospective collection of biological specimens for research purposes by noninvasive means. Examples: (a) hair and nail clippings in a non-disfiguring manner; (b) deciduous teeth at time of exfoliation or if routine patient care indicates a need for </p><p>extraction; (c) permanent teeth if routine patient care indicates a need for extraction; (d) excreta and external secretions (including sweat); (e) uncannulated saliva collected either in an unstimulated fashion or stimulated by chewing </p><p>gumbase or wax or by applying a dilute citric solution to the tongue; (f) placenta removed at delivery; (g) amniotic fluid obtained at the time of rupture of the membrane prior to or during labor; (h) supra- and subgingival dental plaque and calculus, provided the collection procedure is not </p><p>more invasive than routine prophylactic scaling of the teeth and the process is accomplished in accordance with accepted prophylactic techniques; </p><p>(i) mucosal and skin cells collected by buccal scraping or swab, skin swab, or mouth washings; </p><p>(j) sputum collected after saline mist nebulization. </p><p>(4) Collection of data through noninvasive procedures (not involving general anesthesia or sedation) routinely employed in clinical practice, excluding procedures involving x-rays or microwaves. Where medical devices are employed, they must be cleared/approved for marketing. (Studies intended to evaluate the safety and effectiveness of the medical device are not generally eligible for expedited review, including studies of cleared medical devices for new indications.) Examples: </p></li><li><p> Page 7 of 12 </p><p>(a) physical sensors that are applied either to the surface of the body or at a distance and do not involve input of significant amounts of energy into the subject or an invasion of the subject=s privacy; (b) weighing or testing sensory acuity; (c) magnetic resonance imaging; (d) electrocardiography, electroencephalography, thermography, detection of naturally occurring radioactivity, electroretinography, ultrasound, diagnostic infrared imaging, doppler blood flow, and echocardiography; (e) moderate exercise, muscular strength testing, body composition assessment, and flexibility testing where appropriate given the age, weight, and health of the individual. </p><p>(5) Research involving materials (data, documents, records, or specimens) that have been collected, or will be collected solely for non-research purposes (such as medical treatment or diagnosis). </p><p>(6) Collection of data from voice, video, digital, or image recordings made for research purposes. </p><p>(7) Research on individual or group characteristics or behavior (including, but not limited to, research on perception, cognition, motivation, identity, language, communication, cultural beliefs or practices, and social behavior) or research employing survey, interview, oral history, focus group, program evaluation, human factors evaluation, or quality assurance methodologies. </p><p> DOCUMENTS REQUIRED FOR EXPEDITED RESEARCH STUDIES: </p><p>1) IRB Application for New Study a. Or Application for Chart Review if the intended study is strictly data review </p><p>2) Any documents that will be given to or presented to subjects 3) If you are doing a data review study, you must also submit a blank data collection sheet 4) If you are doing an educational test, survey, or interview, you will need to submit a copy of this </p><p>document. In addition, you will need to submit an information sheet or formal consent form that will be provided to the subjects. </p><p>5) Research Protocol(s) (if doing a data review study, the chart review application will serve as the formal protocol) </p><p>6) Consent form or application for waiver of informed consent and HIPAA authorization 7) Any advertising or recruitment materials 8) Appendices may also be required if the study involves: the department of defense, drugs, </p><p>devices, cognitively impaired individuals, prisoners, children, pregnant women, fetuses, or neonates. </p></li><li><p> Page 8 of 12 </p><p>FULL BOARD NEW STUDY A submission will require review by the Full Committee of the IRB if </p><p>a) The study poses greater than minimal risk to subjects or b) The study is minimal risk but does not fall into an available Expedited category </p><p> Studies that qualify for Full Board review are assigned to the next available IRB meeting. The IRB usually meets every Tuesday and Thursday. WHAT WILL HAPPEN AT THE FULL BOARD? The revi...</p></li></ul>

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