Overview This document provides an overview of the IBC Application and the functionality within it. The IBC Application has six high-level sections:
Overview Study Team Members and Core Committee Staff can use the Post Correspondence activity to communicate with others involved with the study. Post Correspondence is a communication tool only and will not update or submit your application.
Overview Study Team Members and Core Committee Staff can use the Post Correspondence activity to communicate with others involved with the Participating Site Application. Post Correspondence is a communication tool only and will not update or submit your application. The posted messages are permanent and visible to anyone with access to the Participating Site Application (e.g., U-M Study Team Members, your local site team members, U-M IRB Staff and Committee Members, Technical Staff, Regulatory Officials).
Overview Study Team Members and Core Committee Staff can use the Post Correspondence to Participating Site Application activity from the Multi-Site (parent) Study workspace to communicate with others sites and site members involved from the parent multi-site application workspace. Post Correspondence is a communication tool only and will not update or submit your application.
Overview Study team members with edit rights on the study application can post, edit, and delete notes that are visible only to other team members. Study team notes can only be posted when the study application is in an editable state (e.g., Pre Submission). Navigation Role: PI/Study Team Member > Home Workspace > Study Workspace
Overview This document details how to complete PRC Committee Member review. Navigation Role: Committee Member > Home Workspace > Review Workspace
Prior to starting an application, all Study Team members (including non-UM personnel) will need to obtain either a uniqname and UMICH password (for U-M staff and faculty) or a Friend account (for non-UM personnel).
Overview Before you can submit a study application in eResearch Regulatory Management (eRRM), all required fields on the application must be complete, all Study Team members must accept their role, and the application must be complete. Complete the following procedures to ensure that the application is ready for submission:
Overview Depending on your web browser and/or printer settings, you may find that the standard Print icon on SSRS reports either does not function properly or does not display. This procedure is meant as a workaround if you are having difficulty printing SSRS reports. It can be used with any standard web browser.
Overview You can print the entire Study Application from the Study Workspace. The print version includes only the required application sections. Detail information is printed at the end of the document. You can also print individual pages of the Study Application from within the application itself. Navigation Role: All Roles > Home Workspace > Study Workspace