Human Research Protection Program
Previously known as the Human Subjects Committee – Lawrence (HSCL), the Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) at the University of Kansas is responsible for reviewing all human subjects research occurring at the Lawrence, Edwards and Juniper Gardens campuses. HRPP includes the administrative office and the Institutional Review Board (IRB) that reviews projects with greater than minimal risk.The HRPP staff works with the KU community and the IRB to ensure that legal and ethical requirements have been met to ensure the safety of all research participants. Please contact HRPP staff with any questions!
New! Final Rule Information Sessions!
Important changes in human subjects regulations that may affect researchers in your area of responsibility are fast approaching. The “final rule” will go into effect January 21, 2019. Attend an open-session to learn about the human subject regulation changes. Information about the changes can also be found on our website: https://research.ku.edu/irb-reg-revisions.
Final Rule Information Sessions
Open to all KU human subject researchers!
Video conferencing available for both sessions!
A Zoom link will be posted here an hour before each training session.
|Human Research Protection Tutorial||Access the KU Human Research Protection CITI tutorial here. Tutorial certification is required every three years.|
|Investigator Documents||Compile all your study materials using the documents on this page. Access the KU Human Research Protocol (required for all new studies), sample consent forms, and more!|
|IRB Policies & Guidance||Participant payment information, Recruitment guidance, Federal Policy links and more.|
|eCompliance - IRB Submission System||Submit and manage your study through eCompliance. Access guides and FAQ's.|
|eCompliance Training||eCompliance training is available to all users. Training is usually offered once a month in the Budig Computer lab. Click the link to sign up! (Departmental training is offered upon request)|
|Revisions to Human Subjects Regulations||Sixteen Federal Departments and Agencies (including The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services) have issued a revision to the Federal Policy for the Protection of Human Subjects. Check here for current updated information on what is needed from KU researchers.|