Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) Office - North Florida/South Georgia Veterans Health System
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Human Research Protection Program (HRPP) Office



Continuing Review Submissions to the VA

**All inquires for the VA continuing review process shall be addressed to Sofia Ortiz.


All forms need to be typed, electronically signed (if required), and submitted via email to the HRPP staff. Your study IRB# should be noted in the subject line of ALL emails to the HRPP office staff. This will ensure proper sorting, filing, and accountability of study materials. Do not scan all forms together, all forms are to be scanned separately.


Please provide an electronic copy of the VA and IRB forms to the HRPP office via email to:

Sofia Ortiz, HRPP Assistant, 352-548-6000 ext. 104925


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New Study     Continuing Review    Revision     Closure      AE 


**Submit your study to the IRB first for continuing review.  Once you have received IRB approval for continuing review, please contact the HRPP office for the VA documents to initiate the VA continuing review process (in accordance with the due date on your last VA R&DC approval memorandum).



**If your study was determined Exempt or Non-Human by the IRB-01, your study is still required to receive continuing review annually through the NF/SGVHS R&D Committee. 





* VA is committed to protecting your privacy -   please review our Privacy Policy.

In particular, please note that e-mail communication may not be secure against interception across the Internet.  Please do not include sensitive information such as medical records or financial information, drug prescriptions, or your social security number.

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