The United States Drug Enforcement Agency (DEA) regulates the use of controlled substances to prevent diversion and abuse. There are extensive registration, storage, security, use, disposal and inventorying requirements regarding the use of controlled substances in research. The following guide, associated forms and resources have been developed to assist researchers in understanding and meeting their individual obligations under these regulations.
- Initial Controlled Substances Inventory Form
- Biennial Controlled Substances Inventory Form
- Controlled Substances General Inventory Log
- Controlled Substances Authorized User Log
- Questionnaire for Employees Who Will Have Access to Substances Regulated by the US Drug Enforcement Agency
- EHRS Controlled Substances Registration Form
- EHRS Controlled Substances Audit Checklist
- Controlled Substances in Research training has been designed for any individual that works with Controlled Substances in a research setting. This training can be taken online via Temple University’s Blackboard system. Please click here for instructions on how to enroll in the online training course.
Related Resources and Links
- DEA’s Office of Diversion Control (informational/website)
- Title 21 CFR, Part 1300-1399 (regulations)
- Title 21 United States Code (USA) Controlled Substance Act (statute)