Human Subjects Review Council
School of Graduate Studies & Research
Barge Hall 101
If you are concerned about your rights or the rights of others as human subjects in a research study, please report your concerns. Any concerned party can complete the form. All information provided is strictly confidential. Please be as specific as possible regarding your concern.
Examples of concerns that may be brought to the attention of the HSRC include:
All reports are reviewed and processed by the human protections administrator and/or the HSRC chairperson. Depending on the nature of the concern and the type of research (exempt or regulatory), the HSRC will comply with federal regulations (45 CFR 46.113) and CWU Policy and Procedures to address concerns.
If you are a Washington State employee, you may utilize the Whistleblower Program. Employees that utilize the Whistleblower Program are protected from retaliation if the complainant acts in good faith and appropriately reports the improper governmental actions to the Office of the State Auditor (http://www.sao.wa.gov/investigations/Pages/Whistleblower.aspx#.VfdPoZfPo8A) or one of CWU’s designees.
You may also contact the human protections administrator directly by calling 509-963-3115 or emailing email@example.com.
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