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Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies Kenneth Soprano has announced that the Temple University Adverse Events reporting system is now available for researchers to begin collecting events. All serious adverse events will be required to be reported to the IRB via the system. Training sessions have been scheduled to allow all principal investigators and their designated reporters (study coordinators) to gain access to the system. The system will be AccessNet activated and users must register with the IRB.   The system will be utilized for Medical Intervention Protocols (IRB Committee A) -- Social and Behavioral Sciences (IRB Committee B) will not be utilizing the system at this time.

It is important that all serious adverse events be reported to the IRB in a timely manner. The Web-based AE reporting system will help make this happen. Use of the TU-AE reporting system will be mandatory beginning in January 2005. All investigators and authorized users must attend a training session to ensure compliance with the system requirements.

Training dates:

Date

Time

Place

9/29/04

10am, 11am & 1pm

Executive Conference Room - 4 th Floor
Student Faculty Center (HSC)

10/13/04

10am, 11am & 1pm

Room C, 4th Floor
Student Faculty Center (HSC)

10/27/04

10am, 11am & 1pm

Room C, 4th Floor
Student Faculty Center (HSC)


The associated Adverse Events Reporting System Manual and the Principal Investigators Authorization Form are available on the IRB Web site, www.research.temple.edu/irb, for reference.

 

 

 


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