Salus IRB has experience serving as the local IRB for research sites across the US that are not affiliated with an institutional or local IRB. Salus IRB is flexible in working with research sites, ensuring that site policies and other local concerns are appropriately addressed.
Salus IRB serves research sites that are not affiliated with an institutional or local IRB. In these cases, Salus may serve as your IRB of record.
Salus IRB considers community attitudes toward research in the region where the research will take place. This may include the religious, economic, or cultural viewpoints of potential research participants. Salus acknowledges that certain state and local laws pertaining to research may be more restrictive than federal regulations. Providing this information to Salus is essential to the protection of research participants and is intended to contribute to the meaningful consideration of various local factors.
Research cannot begin until Salus IRB has granted final approval in writing. The Salus IRB-approved informed consent document(s) must be used when consenting research participants.
For more information or to submit your study, contact Client Services.