For your convenience, the submission forms are created using Microsoft Word and contain editable text fields which allow you to type directly into the form. You may save the form to your computer for completion at a later time.
Submissions may be sent using SafeSync, our secure online submission system. Salus also accepts submissions through email at firstname.lastname@example.org, but we recommend utilizing SafeSync because of its ability to easily handle large files.
Upon initial submission, Salus IRB maintains the investigator files listed below. Form 110.A requests investigator and site information that remains consistent from study to study. Once on file, this form may be used for subsequent submissions. Promptly notify Salus of any changes to the information supplied on Form 110.A.
The following files remain active with Salus IRB, once submitted:
- Form 110.A Investigator and Site Information
- Investigator CV – effective for 2 years from the signature date or if no signature, receipt date
- Investigator license – effective until the expiration date
- Investigator training
- Site SOPs – if submitted and applicable
- Regulatory audits
- Other investigator or site related attachments, as submitted
Initial Submission Forms for Single-Site Research/Local Review*:
Initial Submission Forms for Multi-Site Research in which Salus IRB is the Central IRB: For Project Managers/Sponsor Representatives*:
For Investigators participating in Multi-Site Research in which Salus IRB is the Central IRB*:
*Additional Submission Forms for Initial Review, as Applicable:
Continuing Review/Interim Review/Study Closure Reports
Federal regulations require IRBs to conduct continuing review of research at intervals appropriate to the degree of risk, but not less than once per year as determined by the IRB. Salus IRB requires a study status report at least two weeks prior to the IRB approval expiration date and sends a reminder notice four weeks before your approval expires.
Single Site Research/Local Review (Investigator participating in Single-Site Research)
Multi-Site Research (Multi-Site Research in which Salus IRB is the Central IRB)
Modifications to Ongoing Research
Use these forms to request IRB approval for changes to research during the study approval period:
Unanticipated Problems, Deviations, and Other Safety Information