As of March 1 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.