The UF Office of Clinical Research has published COVID-19 guidance for clinical research projects, which applies to all UF health-related human subjects research. See https://clinicalresearch.ctsi.ufl.edu/covid-19. Questions or Comments? Please contact OCR.
UF clinical Human Subjects Research encounters will continue to follow current masking and PPE guidelines published on the UF Health Bridge.
A paperless research U code charge entry workflow has been enabled for all UFHP clinics.
The University of Florida has now begun Stage 3 in the process for reengaging on-campus research activities which have been interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
UF|Research and OCR have each recently provided UF-specific research resumption guidance. The information in this webinar should not to be used to conflict with UF Guidance, but there may be useful information shared that we can all glean something from. Additionally, there are possible CE’s for certain accrediting organizations if there is an interest there.
The University of Florida has now begun Stage 2 in the process for reengaging on-campus research activities which have been interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
The University of Florida is beginning the process for reengaging on-campus research activities which have been interrupted by the COVID-19 pandemic.
UF Health Investigational Drug Services has developed a position statement on the issue of shipping dispensed Rx to research participants.
The UF Institutional Biosafety Committee has issued guidance regarding important biosafety rules and regulations pertaining to COVID-19.
Most of the UF workforce has transitioned to telework during the COVID-19 pandemic. UF|Research has created a webpage that offers suggestions for activities that advance research productivity while also keeping an active work status.
Investigators may need to alter protocols to minimize the spread of COVID-19. The following outlines if/when IRB needs to be notified.
We are seeking available supplies of N95 masks, gloves, long-sleeve Tyvek gowns, face shields, goggles, and other personal protective equipment (PPE) for UF Health clinician needs going into the COVID-19 epidemic.