Quorum has four different kinds of site processing, each with its own path and unique set of requirements. Be sure to use the start up forms for your type of site – inaccurate submissions will likely result in processing delays. See our FAQ for more information on site differentiation or contact us if you need further assistance.
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In this situation, the sponsor/CRO submits study wide materials (protocol, model consent, etc.) to Quorum on behalf of the sites. The sites are responsible for submitting site-level information.
An investigator may choose Quorum Review IRB even if the sponsor has not designated Quorum as the central ethics review Board for the study. Quorum characterizes this arrangement as a “single site” study.
Quorum offers a simplified process for studies that qualify for Quorum’s “Observational Registry” designation. To qualify for this process, a protocol should not involve any interventions that are greater than minimal risk specifically for the research.
Quorum reviews research generated by individual investigators and has a separate set of forms for these studies.