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Research protocols updated for face-to-face human subjects

An expanded phase of allowable face-to-face human subjects research began on Oct. 8. Phase 1A permits some research in off-campus and community settings when ISU-required COVID-19 risk mitigation practices can be implemented at the site, and the site grants permission for the research to occur. Phase 1A criteria and planning tools are available now on the office of the vice president for research’s COVID-19 & Research FAQ, and in a Guidebook to Human Subjects Research During the COVID-19 Pandemic. Researchers should continue to consult the COVID-19 & Research FAQ for the most current guidance.

October 14, 2020 2:04 pm