As of March 1, 2016, all new applications, modifications, renewals, reportable new information and other work must be submitted to the HSPP via Click IRB. Visit the Click IRB Resources page for additional information.

  • PedCIRB Potential Unanticipated Problem or Serious or Continuing Noncompliance Form (DOC)
  • Memorandum to Add Funding Proposal
    • To be used when human subject activities already approved by the IRB are referenced in a new funding proposal that is being submitted to an external funding agency. This form is no longer in use. Please refer to the revised Modification Request Form (DOC) if a new funding proposal is being submitted to an external funding agency.
     
  • Memo of Understanding Concerning Children's IRB Review Fees, revised June 26, 2009 (DOC)
    • This form is completed by the researcher when the funding is based outside of Children's and IRB fees apply. IRB fees apply to all research studies funded by for-profit (corporate) sponsors.
    • IRB fees also apply to research studies funded by private, non-profit or public sponsors when the funding is based at an institution other than Children's, the University of Washington or the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center.
     
  • IRB Criteria and Considerations (PDF)
    • This document lists the IRB approval criteria and considerations for IRB review.
     
  • Letter of Support Template (DOC)
    • This is provided as a simple template for optional use when researchers need a letter of support/cooperation from departments/clinics/institutions for their research project.
     
  • Research Participants' Rights
    • The most current version of this document can be found in the Click IRB Library.
    • This one-page handout outlines in lay language the rights of research participants. Use with the short-form consent prepared for language minorities.
    • Also useful to hand out to research participants and can be used with any research study as part of the consent process.
     
  • Request for Tissue for Use in Research
    • For any of the research scenarios listed below, please fill out a RLS New Study form and check the box for "Requires Pathology review of study tissue requirements."
      • If your research project involves the use of tissue collected from Seattle Children's patients
      • If your research will use tissue to be collected prospectively, i.e., tissue that will be removed during a scheduled surgery or procedure
      • If your research will use tissue that has already been collected from patients and stored (archived)
       
     
  • Genome-Wide Association Studies Supplement
    • The GWAS supplement has been replaced with document HRP-2142 (available in the Click Library) that should be submitted at the time the PI is ready to seek certification for data submission to a GWAS repository. Please also review HRP-0912 for more information.