Santa Clarita Community College District Institutional Review Board
 

 
The Santa Clarita Community College District Institutional Review Board is charged with protecting the rights and welfare of human research subjects for projects in which the District is engaged.
 
Guided by the principles of The Belmont Report: Ethical Principles and Guidelines for the Protection of Human Subjects of Research, the SCCCD IRB reviews all human research protocols in accordance with federal regulations, State laws, and local and District policies. The SCCCD IRB is comprised of members from various disciplines in the social/behavioral sciences, biological/physical sciences, nursing, institutional research office, and community/lay members (as needed) to assure a comprehensive review process. Through a collaborative partnership, the SCCCD IRB assists investigators in the protection of human subjects. These subjects are truly a scarce resource, worthy of our gratitude, respect, and protection. The District is committed to conducting its behavioral research involving human subjects under rigorous ethical principles.
 
Note to outside investigators: At this time the online submission process is not open to investigators that are not employed by the Santa Clarita Community College District (SCCCD). Non-SCCCD investigators involved in human subjects research that seek to access any SCCCD facilities, students or personnel (faculty, staff or administrators) must secure sponsorship from a SCCCD faculty, staff or administrator who will be responsible for submitting the proposal on their behalf.  To help the SCCCD faculty, staff or administrator in submitting a proposal it is recommended that an electronic copy of the IRB proposal form from the home institution and a copy of the approval letter must be provided to the co-chairs, if applicable. 
 
IRB Pamphlet
Pamphlet
 
Santa Clarita Community College District Institutional Review Board (IRB) Charter and Operations Procedures
Procedures
 
New Protocol Application (Internal Investigators Only)
New Pro App   
 
IRB Committee Members
IRB Committee Members
 
Research Activities Eligible for Exempt and Expedited Review
Exempt
 
Expedited
 
Adverse Event Reporting Form
AVR Form
 
Required Online Training (full course required for first year and then refresher course during next training update-3 years after initial course)
Training
 
IRB Meeting Schedule
Schedule
 
List of Abbreviations
List
 
Additional Resources
 
Frequently Asked Questions
FAQs
 
 
Co-Chairs
Miriam Golbert, Ed.D.
(661) 362-5927
 
Daylene Meuschke, Ed.D.
(661) 362-5329
IRB@canyons.edu
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