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IRB-HSR > Managing Protocol After Initial Approval > Informed Consent > Who Can Obtain Consent?

 

 

 

 

 

 

Who can obtain consent from potential subjects?

Ultimately, the responsibility of who can obtain consent rests with the PI. However, only those individuals listed on the protocol with the IRB can obtain consent. All key personnel, including a study team member who obtains consent from a subject must complete the mandatory IRB-CITI training. Please see CITI training for more information.

 

*Taken from UVa IRB-HSR Research Guidance