Why does Quorum request a Continuing Review Report for Protocols—isn’t this just for my sites to complete?
At the time of initial review of research, the Board establishes an approval period for the protocol. Regulations require continuing review of the research at least once per year and more frequently if determined necessary by the Board. The Continuing Review Report for Protocols is meant to capture information for the study as a whole, including information that has occurred at all Quorum and non-Quorum sites. Each investigator is also expected to complete a Site Status Report for periodic site review to report information that has occurred at their particular site.