KUMC Human Subjects Committee: Frequently Asked Questios
Consent forms must be retained in accordance with the KUMC Research Records Retention Policy. The policy can be found at http://www2.kumc.edu/researchcompliance/doc/Records_Retention_Policy_KUMC.DOC
HCA - OCIC Frequently Asked Questions
No. Informed consent requirements are determined by state law. The VISs were written to fulfill the information requirements of the NCVIA, and are not informed consent documents. However, because the materials cover both benefits and risks associated with vaccinations, they provide enough information that anyone reading them should be adequately informed.
Loyola University Chicago- Frequently Asked Questions
It is strongly recommended that consent forms and substantive data be kept in accordance with the legal and professional standards of a particular field. If no guidance is available, it is recommended that you keep such materials for an indefinite period of time. Any master code lists or tapes linking participants to individual data should be destroyed once analysis and transcription have been completed.
IFTA E-file (International Fuel Tax Agreement) Frequently As...
You may E-file the IFTA Quarterly Diesel Fuel Tax Return (IFTA-100) and the IFTA Quarterly Diesel Fuel Tax Schedule (IFTA-101)
About Full Body Donation And Donating Bodies To Science - Bi...
In accordance with state and federal laws, BioGift must obtain an informed consent from the donor or legal next-of-kin(s) for you to donate your body to science. If more than one legal next-of-kin exists (i.e. mother/father or siblings), all must be in agreement with the full body donation though only one of the legal next-of-kin are required to complete the official authorization.
Apex Challenge - About: Frequently Asked Questions
It's a bit bureaucratic, but these things are important. After you've entered a team we'll send out by email nearer the event permission and consent forms detailing the activities we plan to include in the competition. These will also be available on the website. These need to be filled in and signed by parents/guardians of competitors under 18, or just filled in and signed by the competitors themselves if they're 18 or over on the day of the competition.
Census 2000, Frequently Asked Questions
Compared with 1990, there was a significant improvement in the estimated time required to complete both the short and long forms. In 1990, it was estimated to take 14 minutes to complete the short form and 43 minutes to complete the long form. For Census 2000, it only took about 10 minutes to complete the short form and 38 minutes for the long form. No other government agency has information on every person in the United States.
National Archives Frequently Asked Questions
If there is a particular form that you have used but can no longer locate, you may contact us for assistance in determining the form's status.
You can download current CAP Regulations, Manuals, Forms and Publications here: http://level2.cap.gov/index.cfm?nodeID=5211. Follow the menu bar on the left of the page for the desired document. You can download current CAP Forms used by Indiana Wing members here: http://www.inwg.cap.gov/Wing/Administration/Forms/Forms.htm Different people will have different tracks that they follow, and will have other publications that they wish to keep for reference.
NINDS Collection - Repository FAQ
All samples must be collected with informed consent (under IRB approval). The investigator needs to submit a single, blank consent form per project prior to submission to assure that language regarding inclusion in a repository is appropriate.
HHS - Office for Human Research Protections
Although the HHS regulations at 45 CFR 46.117 do not require the consent form to be dated at the time it is signed, OHRP recommends that it be dated so that the IRB and others can document that informed consent was obtained prior to a subject’s participation in the research.
General Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) - Filing Claims fo...
Because of the special requirements of some Fuel Taxes Division programs, you must first register to obtain an account number and file using program-specific forms. See http://www.boe.ca.gov/sptaxprog/sptaxforms.htm or contact us. The most commonly used specialized forms that are required are:
Frequently Asked Questions About EFAST
Filing Electronically - Using EFAST approved computer software, you can submit your Form 5500 or 5500-EZ by modem transfer or file transfer protocol if you are an approved EFAST transmitter or you use an approved EFAST transmitter. You can also mail a computer diskette, CD-ROM or magnetic tape to the Lawrence, Kansas address listed below. See EFAST A - User's Guide for Electronic/Magnetic Media Filing of Forms 5500/5500-EZ.
Frequently Asked Questions
The department publishes forms for almost every type of transaction. They are available on the forms page. Indicate your mailing address and the type of transaction for which you need the form. Forms are not available via FAX because of poor image quality.
Motor Fuels Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ's) - Board of Eq...
The BOE is currently accepting the tax forms and corresponding file formats indicated in the table below. Electronic Participants must pass certification testing for each tax form and file format. Some file formats may not be applicable to all tax forms. Files formatted in XML, Excel, Word, Lotus, or other format not identified as accepted by the BOE will not be accepted.
Senior Vice President for Research - Research Protections
For sample informed consent forms and/or templates for both 'signed' and 'implied' consent, see http://www.research.psu.edu/orp/areas/humans/samples/index.asp
Central Washington University - Human Subjects Review Progra...
Great question! The DHHS Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) offers very helpful guidance concerning the content of informed consent documents. In addition, a consent form checklist has also been developed to assist investigators in evaluating their consent forms prior to HSRC review. Investigators planning research with minors (i.e.
Clinical Trial FAQ's
Informed consent is the process of learning the key facts about a clinical trial before deciding whether or not to participate. It is also a continuing process throughout the study to provide information for participants. To help someone decide whether or not to participate, the doctors and nurses involved in the trial explain the details of the study. If the participant's native language is not English, translation assistance can be provided.