- The Project PI researcher (and/or their assistant) will receive email correspondence from the designated point of contact within ONRS, Joanna Kentolall, to complete a Sensitive Data Questionnaire through REDCap. The link to the survey is also available here:
Nursing IT Sensitive Data Survey (Click Me)
After the Sensitive Data Questionnaire has been submitted and received by IT, a meeting will be scheduled between the researcher and the Nursing IT department to discuss the specifics of the research project relative to data management.
After the meeting, the CON IT department will draft an individualized DMP, which will be specific to the study protocol.
- In the RedCap survey, the project PI researcher (and/or their assistant) will upload their most current IRB protocol.
- In IRBNet (https://www.irbnet.org/release/index.html), the project PI should (and is required by IRB) grant access to their project to the Nursing IT Director, Jony Singh
Once the DMP has been approved and signed by the Nursing IT director, it will be emailed to the Project PI researcher for them to upload to their IRBNet project.
- The turn-around time for the DMP ranges from 1-10 business days from the date of the first meeting.
- Additional meetings may be necessary in order to clarify any information that was not covered in the first meeting.
- As an alternative to additional meetings, clarification can be conducted through email correspondence between the Nursing IT department and the PI researcher.
- The researcher can review the final version and communicate suggestions, regarding changes for the DMP to the Nursing IT director.
Note: Delays on the part of the researcher, regarding submitting the questionnaire or scheduling the first meeting, will result in a delay of the researcher receiving a DMP that is signed/approved and ready to be uploaded to irbnet. The timeline to receiving a DMP that is signed/approved and ready to be uploaded to irbnet is 1-10 business days (i.e. excluding weekends, holidays, etc.)