A revision is any planned change to an IBC approved protocol. All revisions must be submitted to and approved by the IBC prior to initiation.
To submit a revision to an approved BAR form, the PI should:
1. Complete the IBC Revision Form.
2. Edit the approved BAR form by:
3. Submit the IBC Revision Form and the edited BAR to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please note, if the revisions are significant, a new BAR form may be requested.
Though each IBC BAR application is approved for three (3) years, the NKU IBC requires an annual report to be completed per project. Based on the approval date of the BAR, a report will be due by the annual anniversary of approval.
See section below for list of documents that must be submitted with the annual report, which depend on the type of annual report.
All forms should be submitted to email@example.com.
The following steps will be taken if the PI does not submit the annual report:
Approved BAR applications are valid for no more than three (3) years. After three (3) years, a new BAR form is required if the researcher wishes to continue the study. Upon re-approval, a new IBC number will be generated and full IBC review completed. Studies cannot be continued without an approved renewal application.
To avoid expiration, the protocol renewals should be submitted thirty (30) days prior to expiration.
The three (3) year renewal should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org.
If no revisions are being made:
If revisions have been made, the researcher should check "Three Year Renewal with Revisions" on the application and: