Before beginning research at Aurora, you’ll need to apply for institutional review board (IRB) review. Visit the Starting a Research Application page for guidance about:
The RSPP Investigator Manual [PDF] covers every aspect of the research process, from choosing a research topic to how long to keep records after research is complete.
To clarify common terms and acronyms used in Aurora’s research forms, please refer to the glossary [PDF].
After you have completed researcher training and secured RAP, you can prepare to submit your research application. Download the forms you need:
Several research forms help you report to our IRB on ongoing research studies or completed research. Download forms for ongoing work:
Clinical research sometimes requires changes. We help you maintain regulatory compliance and protect human research subjects. Document changes using these research forms:
Some research involves special circumstances. Find Aurora Health Care forms and more information about: