Presentation on theme: "Research Passport Application Process"— Presentation transcript:
1 Research Passport Application Process Ask Lead R&DOffice for adviceAsk supervisor/linemanager foradviceResearcher completes sections1-3 of research passport andpasses to linemanager/supervisor1Line manager/supervisorcompletes section 4 andreturns to researcher.It is crucial thatthe line manager identifies theresearch activity correctly.(Please refer to the numbered notes overleaf)2Is researcher staff or student?StaffStudentSubmit toLynette Bamfo(HR) to completesection 5Submit to WilliamFitzmaurice(education support)to complete section 5Does researcher haveDBS (previously “CRB”) andoccupational health clearancein place?NoYesHR/Education support helpobtain DBS and/or occupationalhealth screening accordingto information given onrole assessment formHR/Education supportcomplete pre-engagementchecks and return forms toresearcher with anyadditional evidence of checksSubmit the following to the Lead R&D Office :Completed & signed research passport applicationAll relevant supporting documentsREC or CRIS approval number for the study3456SLaM R&D Guidance Version 3, 01/07/2013
2 Research Passport Application Process: Important Notes The “Lead R&D Office” is the R&D Office named at A-68 on the IRAS R&D Form. It is responsible for validating your research passport on behalf of the NHS. Please note it will not be SLaM R&D if your study is not taking place within SLaM. Please feel free to contact us if you need help determining who your lead R&D Office is.It is crucial to classify your research activity correctly, using the Algorithm. If you are unsure how your research activity should be classified, or you have any queries or concerns, please contact your Lead R&D Office at an early stage for assistance.Note that the Lead R&D Office cannot issue a research passport for you until your study has received both Ethics and R&D approval.Please contact the Lead R&D Office beforehand to confirm the documents to submit. The supporting documents depend on your research activity. As a starting point, you will need to provide a copy of your CV, Occupational Health Clearance (if applicable), as well as an original DBS which is less than one year old (if applicable). Please note that some R&D Offices require the DBS to be less than six months old, so please check this with your Lead R&D Office as soon as possible. Additionally, please note the following:If your research activity involves handling tissue, you will need to provide your certificate of Human Tissues Act & Consent Training (https://internal.kcl.ac.uk/health/research/hta/events/index.aspx). KCL staff and students must follow the KCL policy on HTA training: https://internal.kcl.ac.uk/health/research/hta/index.aspxIf your study is a clinical trial, you will need to provide your Good Clinical Practice training certificate.If your study is a Clinical Trial of an Investigational Medicinal Product (CTIMP) please contact your Lead R&D Office for guidance as there are additional requirements for supporting documentation.All original documents will be returned to you once your application has been processed.The R&D Office needs the Research Ethics Committee (REC) approval number for your study, to be able to link your passport to the correct study.If you are applying for access to CRIS only, you do not need to provide a REC approval number. You will, however, need to provide confirmation that your study has received CRIS approval. Please contact your R&D office if you have any questions about how to obtain this confirmation.SLaM R&D Guidance Version 3, 01/07/2013
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