What Is Expedited Review?
Expedited review is a procedure through which certain kinds of research may be reviewed and approved without convening a meeting of the IRB. The IRB regulations permit, but do not require, an IRB to review certain categories of research through an expedited procedure if the research involves no more than minimal risk.
What is an example of an expedited review?
Examples of Commonly Expedited Research – The following types of research are commonly processed under expedited review:
Studies involving collection of hair or saliva samples Studies of blood samples from healthy volunteers Studies involving noninvasive and minimal risk FDA-approved medical devices (e.g., MRI, electrocardiography, ultrasound, etc.) Studies involving moderate exercise
How long does an expedited review take?
Expedited does not mean that the review is less rigorous or happens more quickly than convened review. It refers, instead, to certain types of research considered to involve minimal risk. Once all application requirements are fulfilled, the expedited review process takes approximately 2 weeks.
- All protocols approved through the Expedited Procedure must be submitted for continuing review and approval, as described in Continuing Review & Approval,
- A final report is also required when the study has ended.
- Investigators applying for expedited review should become familiar with all sections of this guidebook and the requirements described in them.
Eligibility Expedited review is applicable for research activities that involve no more than minimal risk to the human participants and that can be placed in one or more of the nine categories listed on the Expedited Category Review Sheet, Categories 1 through 7 pertain to both initial and continuing review.
- When one or more participants are prisoners or become incarcerated during participation (see Prisoners under ” Participant Populations ” in General Information).
- Where identification of the participants and/or their responses would reasonably place them at risk of criminal or civil liability or be damaging to the subject’s financial standing, employability, insurability, reputation, or be stigmatizing, unless reasonable and appropriate protections will be implemented so that risks related to invasion of privacy and breach of confidentiality are no greater than minimal.
- When the activity is “classified research” involving human subjects.
Decision Trees OHRP has published decision trees that are available online to help in determining whether a research proposal fits the criteria for Expedited review. Application Process There are no deadlines for the submission of initial applications for expedited review. However, you will have thirty days to submit your response, or it will be withdrawn.
- Obtain the approvals that are required of all investigators (see ” Before Applying for IRB Review ” in General Information).
- Complete the ePortfolio, including any additional forms or special approvals that may be required (see Special Approvals ). Each mandatory (*) item requires a response. If an additional item or form is required, that requirement may be noted during the administrative or member review. Nevertheless, the following points deserve special mention:
- The ePortfolio must indicate whether it is minimal or greater than minimal risk (expedited or convened review). For Expedited Review, the ePortfolio must show the appropriate expedited category (from the Expedited Category Review Sheet ).
- When submitting the initial application, the coordinator submits on behalf of the Principal Investigator, but the PI is responsible for ensuring all things submitted are adequate.
- If the research receives any extramural funding, the ePortfolio must include the OSP Assigned number, and the application must include a copy of the funding application as submitted to the sponsor. Any changes or updates to the funding application must be submitted to the IRB for review regarding the research protocol.
- If children are involved, the following requirements apply:
- The protocol must not involve greater than minimal risk.
- The Special Population section of the ePortfolio must be completed and indicate that the Children’s Risk Level is appropriate.
- Unless a waiver of consent is requested, the description of the informed consent process must include plans for obtaining and documenting both permission/consent from at least one person authorized to consent for the child and assent from the child participant. (See ” Participant Populations ” in General Information, and Informed Consent,)
- Develop an informed consent process and document that comply with the applicable requirements (see Informed Consent, and ” Participant Populations ” in General Information). The ePortfolio must indicate whether (a) informed consent will be obtained, (b) informed consent will be documented, and/or (c) the investigator requests a waiver or alteration of these requirements.
- If informed consent will be obtained, including a copy of any form, script, or other materials used in the process.
- If informed consent will be documented, including a copy of the document(s) with the revision date.
- If informed consent will not be obtained, will not contain all of the required elements, or will not be documented, including the applicable form(s) for waiver: Waiver of Consent, Waiver of Authorization and Informed Consent, and/or Waiver of Informed Consent Documentation,
- Include the Protocol Oversight Review Form or IRB-approved equivalent with the appropriate original signatures (see Before Applying for IRB Review ). Refer to the departmental review process in the department of the principal investigator’s primary appointment.
- Include all additional items required by the nature of the protocol, as applicable:
- Sponsor’s protocol
- Funding application
- NIH-approved informed consent document
- FDA Form 1572
- Verification of Notification of Proposed Research for protocol-related performance sites
- Documentation of IRB approval from all other sites engaged in research for the protocol
- Documentation/verification of the sponsor’s injury compensation policy
- Industry-sponsored Protocol Billing Information form for payment of $1,000 fee for expedited review, if applicable.
Expedited Category Review Sheet
What is the final rule expedited review?
Under the Final Rule, a study is presumed to be minimal risk if it meets one of the categories of the Secretary’s list. If the expedited reviewer determines that the study involves more than minimal risk, the reviewer can override that presumption, but they have to document their rationale.
What is expedited review Category 6?
TC IRB continues the blog series, “Get to Know a Review Category” with Expedited Category 6 – Recordings and Images. – In previous blog posts, we explored the various categories of Expedited review. Expedited review may not be used if the risks related to the invasion of privacy and breach of confidentiality are greater than minimal. Additionally, research that meets the requirements for Exempt review would not be considered under Expedited review categories.
The research constitutes a minor change in a previously approved research project during an approved period; or The research is not greater than minimal risk and falls into one of the categories listed under the New Common Rule (45 CFR 46.110 or 21 CFR 56.110).
For help determining your review category, please download our guide: Does my human subjects research fall under the expedited review category? Researchers new to the IRB may be unfamiliar with the different activities within each Expedited review category.
Audio or video recordings of interviews or focus groups Video recordings of participants completing an intervention or task Digital recordings of Zoom meetings or interviews.
We will review a few research scenarios to see if they meet the requirements for Expedited Category 6. Example A : Researchers in the education department would like to compare the methods college professors use to teach linear regression during class.
- The researchers recruit university professors who teach asynchronous, online courses.
- The researchers will receive one lecture on linear regressions from each professor.
- These lectures are pre-recorded and are uploaded into the researcher’s secure TC Google Drive folder.
- Students are not included in the asynchronous lecture and the researcher will not access any of the class rosters or student information.
Thus, no students will be included in the video recording and no student data will be shared with the researcher. The researchers outlined their data security plan for storing the videos following TC IT and TC IRB’s guidance.
Is it Expedited Category 6? As the video recordings do not include students or any of their identifiable data and were initially made for non-research purposes, this study would likely qualify as Exempt rather than Expedited. This study would likely be reviewed under Exempt Category 1 because the researchers did not ask the professors to modify their lecture in any way and student data was not included in the video recordings.
Example B: A researcher is interested in studying how expectant parents attain skills in a parenting class. The class focuses on how to care for an infant, how to properly use a car seat, and how to use a crib. The class meets one hour each week for 6 weeks.
- The class is regularly led by one of the researchers who is trained in child development and infant care.
- The research team will video record each class, and they will code the recordings to compare the participants’ skill development over the six weeks.
- The videos will only be used for analysis purposes and will not be used outside of the research study.
As the researchers will analyze patterns of how the parents improve (or diminish) in their skill attainment over time, participants must consent to be audio/video recorded in order to participate.
Is it Expedited Category 6? Yes, this study would likely be considered Expedited Category 6. The researcher cannot guarantee that the other group members will maintain confidentiality. As such, the researcher should include the following language on the consent form: “Your identity will be known to other group participants and the researchers cannot guarantee that others in these groups will respect the confidentiality of the group. We will ask you to keep all comments made during the group sessions confidential and not discuss what happened during the session with anyone outside the group.”
Example C: A team of researchers wants to know what facial features people focus on when interpreting emotions. For their study, the researchers will ask adult participants with no known eyesight ailments to look at stock photos of people displaying a variety of emotions (anger, sadness, joy) and write down the emotion that they think is being displayed.
They will use eye-tracking software and hardware to track the participant’s eye and determine the direction and concentration of a participant’s gaze on the computer screen. The software utilizes a small video camera on a tripod to generate data about eye movement in the form of heat maps and saccade pathways.
Participants do not have to wear or interact with any devices. In previous studies, the eye-tracking software demonstrated an only minimal risk to participants. Additionally, the research team has a safety plan in case a participant becomes distressed or uncomfortable when viewing the images.
Is it Expedited Category 6? Yes, this study meets the criteria for Expedited Category 6, as the team is collecting video data for the purpose of their research study. Researchers proposing the use of new software or application should always consult with TC IT prior to submitting a protocol to the IRB. If the recording software is not regularly encountered in daily life, the research team should provide participants with an information sheet detailing a description of the software, the type of data it will record, and any possible risks associated with the software or hardware.
Research activities may fall into one or more review categories depending on a variety of factors, including the study population, researcher expertise, coinciding events, etc. Researchers can access the Expedited review categories on TC IRB’s website or from the Department of Health and Human Services ( HHS ).
Does expedited mean fast?
Other forms: expedited; expediting; expedites To expedite something is to make it go faster or speed up the process. Expediting that package might get it to Alaska by tomorrow, instead of next Tuesday. If someone says, “Let me expedite the process,” that’s probably a good thing: they’re offering to speed things up.
verb process fast and efficiently “I will try to expedite the matter” verb speed up the progress of; facilitate “This should expedite the process” synonyms: hasten
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What does it mean to expedited?
Transitive verb. : to accelerate the process or progress of : speed up. : to execute promptly.
What happens after expedite request is approved?
#USCISAnswers: If your expedite request is approved, USCIS will take your application or petition out of date order and issue a decision faster than the normal processing time.
What is expedited processing?
Severe Financial Loss to a Person or Company – USCIS may expedite processing on your case if you can prove that a person or company will suffer severe financial loss if USCIS does not give you a decision on your case sooner rather than later. Here’s an example of the sort of situation where USCIS might expedite your case: Imagine that you are joining a nonprofit organization that needs to have you on its board to secure funding with a grant application.
- That grant application will expire before you hear back from USCIS.
- The organization will not receive the grant without you on its team, and if it doesn’t receive the grant, the nonprofit will be in serious financial trouble.
- In this sort of case, expediting your case will prevent harming a U.S.
- Company, so USCIS is likely to allow you to expedite.
You will need to prove that you filed your case on time and submitted additional evidence for any Requests for Evidence (RFEs) that USCIS may have issued on your case in a timely manner. Then, USCIS will evaluate the supporting documents that you submitted to show the potential loss to the company or person and conclude whether there will be a severe financial loss to you or a company you’re affiliated with if they don’t give you a decision update as soon as possible.
Why was my immigration case expedited?
In General – You may ask USCIS to expedite adjudication of a benefit request (such as an application or petition) for an immigration benefit. USCIS:
Considers all expedite requests on a case-by-case basis; May require additional documentation to support a request; and Has the sole discretion to decide whether to accommodate a request.
Because granting an expedite request means that USCIS would adjudicate the requestor’s benefit ahead of others who filed earlier, we carefully weigh the urgency and merit of each expedite request. We may consider an expedite request if it meets one or more of the following criteria or circumstances:
Severe financial loss to a company or person, provided that the need for urgent action is not the result of the petitioner’s or applicant’s failure to:
Timely file the benefit request, or Timely respond to any requests for additional evidence;
A company can demonstrate that it would suffer a severe financial loss if it is at risk of failing, losing a critical contract, or having to lay off other employees. For example, a medical office may suffer severe financial loss if a gap in a doctor’s employment authorization would require the medical practice to lay off its medical assistants.
Job loss may be sufficient to establish severe financial loss for a person, depending on the individual circumstances. For example, the inability to travel for work that would result in job loss might warrant expedited treatment. The need to obtain employment authorization by itself, without evidence of other compelling factors, does not warrant expedited treatment.
In addition, severe financial loss may also be established where failure to expedite would result in a loss of critical public benefits or services.
Emergencies and urgent humanitarian reasons;
In the context of an expedite request, humanitarian reasons are those related to human welfare. Examples may include, but are not limited to, illness, disability, extreme living conditions, death in the family, or a critical need to travel to obtain medical treatment in a limited amount of time.
An emergency may include an urgent need to expedite employment authorization for healthcare workers during a national emergency such as the COVID-19 pandemic. Additionally, an expedite request may be considered under this criterion in instances where a vulnerable person’s safety may be compromised due to a breach of confidentiality if there is a delay in processing the benefit application.
A benefit requestor’s desire to travel for vacation does not, in general, meet the definition of an emergency.
Nonprofit organization (as designated by the Internal Revenue Service) whose request is in furtherance of the cultural or social interests of the United States;
A nonprofit organization seeking to expedite a beneficiary’s benefit request must demonstrate an urgent need to expedite the case based on the beneficiary’s specific role within the nonprofit in furthering cultural or social interests (as opposed to the organization’s role in furthering social or cultural interests).
Examples may include a medical professional urgently needed for medical research related to a specific social U.S. interest (such as the COVID-19 pandemic or other socially impactful research or project) or a university professor urgently needed to participate in a specific and imminent cultural program.
Another example is a religious organization that urgently needs a beneficiary’s specific services and skill set to continue a vital social outreach program. In such instances, the religious organization must articulate why the respective beneficiary is specifically needed, as opposed to pointing to a general shortage alone.
U.S. government interests (such cases identified as urgent by federal agencies such as the U.S. Department of Defense, U.S. Department of Labor, National Labor Relations Board, Equal Opportunity Commission, U.S. Department of Justice, U.S. Department of State, U.S. Department of Homeland Security, or other public safety or national security interests); or
U.S. government interests may include, but are not limited to, cases identified as urgent by other government agencies, including labor and employment agencies, and public safety or national security interests. For expedite requests made by a federal agency, involving other public safety or national security interests, the national interest need must be immediate and substantive.
If the need for the action is not immediate, expedited processing is not warranted. A substantive need does not mean that a delay would pose existential or irreversible consequences to the national interests but rather that the case at hand is of a scale or a uniqueness that requires immediate action to prevent real and serious harm to U.S.
interests. Expedite requests from government agencies (federal, state, or local) must be made by a senior-level official of that agency. If the request relates to employment authorization, the request must demonstrate that the need for a person to be employment-authorized is mission-critical and goes beyond a general need to retain a particular worker or person.
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Not every circumstance that fits in one of these categories will result in expedited processing. For more information, see USCIS Policy Manual, Volume 1, Part A, Public Services, Chapter 5, Requests to Expedite Applications or Petitions, You can generally request expedited processing by calling the USCIS Contact Center at 800-375-5283 (TTY 800-767-1833) or by asking Emma after you have obtained a receipt notice.
(You can access Emma by clicking on the Ask Emma icon on the top right of this page). The USCIS Contact Center will not be able to refer the expedite request to the appropriate office without a receipt number. When you call to request expedited processing, the USCIS Contact Center creates and forwards a service request to the office with jurisdiction over your application or petition.
After receiving the service request, the reviewing office may request additional documentation to support expedited processing. A decision on an expedite request is not an approval or a denial of the underlying benefit request. The expedite decision simply informs the requestor whether USCIS will take the benefit request out of date order and issue a decision (approval or denial) faster than the normal processing time.
What is eligible for expedited review?
Expedited Review The expedited review category is used for certain types of research involving no more than minimal risk and minor changes to research previously approved by the full committee, during the period for which approval has been authorized. Research eligible for expedited review is reviewed by a subcommittee of the IRB. Expedited review of continuing reviews where the protocol is unchanged from the previous year or minimal risk amendments/modifications may be conducted by a single designated reviewer. Agreement of all reviewers is needed for approval. Reviewers may refer the proposal to the full committee. The principal investigator will be informed in writing whether the proposed research has been approved or referred for full committee review. The IRB will be notified of all research activities that have been approved by expedited review. The following types of research may qualify for expedited review: 1. Clinical studies of drugs when an IND is not required, or; clinical studies of medical devices when an IDE is not required, or the medical device is cleared/approved for marketing and the medical device is being used in accordance with its cleared/approved labeling.2. Collection of blood samples by finger stick, heel stick, ear stick, or venipuncture from healthy, non-pregnant adults who weight >110 pounds where the amount drawn is <500 ml/8 week period and collection occurs at most 2 times/week, or; collection of blood samples by finger stick, heel stick, ear stick, or venipuncture from adults and children, considering the age, weight, and health of the subjects, the collection procedure, the amount of blood to be collected (at most 50 ml or 3 ml/kg/8 week period), and the frequency with which it will be collected (at most 2 times/week.) 3. Prospective collection of biological specimens for research purposes by noninvasive means.4. Collection of data through noninvasive procedures (not involving general anesthesia or sedation) routinely employed in clinical practice, excluding procedures involving x-rays or microwaves. Where medical devices are employed, they must be cleared/approved for marketing.5. Research involving materials (data, documents, records, or specimens) that have been, or will be collected solely for nonresearch purposes (such as medical treatment or diagnosis). (Note: some research in this category may be exempt from the HHS regulations for the protection of human subjects 45 CFR 46.101(b)(4). This listing refers only to research that is not exempt) 6. Collection of data from voice, video, digital, or image recordings made for research purposes.7. Research on individual or group characteristics or behavior or research employing survey, interview, oral history, focus group, program evaluation, human factors evaluation, or quality assurance methodologies.8. Continuing review of research previously approved by the convened IRB where: i. the research is permanently closed to the enrollment of new subjects; ii. all subjects have completed all research-related interventions; and iii. the research remains active only for long-term follow-up of subjects, or; Continuing review of research previously approved by the convened IRB where no subjects have ever been enrolled at a particular site and neither the investigator nor the IRB at a particular site has identified any additional risks from any site or any other relevant source, or; Continuing review of research previously approved by the convened IRB where the remaining research activities are limited to data analysis. (For a multi-center protocol, and expedited review procedure may be used by the IRB at a particular site whenever these conditions are satisfied for that site.) 9. Continuing review of research, not included under an investigational new drug application or investigational device exemption where categories (2) through (8) do not apply but the IRB has determined and documented at a convened meeting that the research involves no greater than Minimal Risk and no additional risks have been identified. Related resources: Policy: Expedited Reviews
What are the rules for expedited reporting?
The minimum information required for expedited reporting purposes is: an identifiable patient, the name of a suspect medicinal product, an identifiable reporting source, and an event or outcome that can be identified as serious and unexpected and for which, in clinical investigation cases, there is a reasonable
What is the revised Common Rule for expedited review?
Revised Common Rule (1/21/19 effective date) Research activities that (1) present no more than minimal risk to human subjects, and (2) involve only procedures listed in one or more of the Expedited categories, may be reviewed through the expedited review procedure.
What is expedited 7 category?
In Spring 2021, TC IRB introduced the blog series, “Get to Know a Review Category.” This Fall, we’ll go through Expedited Categories, starting with Group Characteristics & Behaviors. – Federal regulations permit the Institutional Review Board (IRB) to review and approve proposed research through an Expedited review process if.
The research constitutes a minor change in a previously approved research project during an approved period; or The research is not greater than minimal risk and falls into one of the categories listed under the New Common Rule ( 45 CFR 46.110 or 21 CFR 56.110 ).
Expedited review may not be used if the risks related to the invasion of privacy and breach of confidentiality are greater than minimal. Additionally, research that meets the requirements for Exempt review would not be considered under Expedited review categories.
For help determining your review category, please download our guide: Does my human subjects research fall under the expedited review category? Researchers new to the IRB may be unfamiliar with the different activities within each Expedited review category. This post will provide examples of research that typically falls under Expedited Review type, Category 7 – Group Characteristics & Behaviors.
Category 7 indicates that protocols may be categorized as Expedited if the research is “on individual or group characteristics or behavior (including, but not limited to, research on perception, cognition, motivation, identity, language, communication, cultural beliefs or practices, and social behavior) or research employing survey, interview, oral history, focus group, program evaluation, human factors evaluation, or quality assurance methodologies.” Below are a few scenarios that we will review to see if they meet the requirements for Expedited Category 7.
- Example A: A private tutoring center instructor is approached by a researcher who would like to test a new way of teaching grammar with elementary school students.
- The instructor agrees to split his students into two groups: one group of students will receive the new method of teaching grammar, and the other group will receive the standard method.
Both methods of instruction are considered typical and not deemed to give an unjust advantage to one group of students over another. The researcher will not have any contact with students. The next day, the groups will switch so that all students receive both methods of instruction conducted by the instructor.
Is it Expedited Category 7? Yes, the research method described above is considered a randomized controlled trial (RCT), Although the research involves typical educational practices and the researcher will not make contact with the students (requirements for Exempt Category 1), the introduction of a new method is researcher-designed and that disqualifies the research from being Exempt. In order to ensure fairness in education RCTs, students should receive both methods of instruction as it is not guaranteed that the new instructional method will be effective. The research should also not take away from typical learning or access to resources that the student might otherwise receive. As the research will be with youth under the age of 18, the researcher will need to obtain both parental permission and youth assent, Research with youth may be subject to additional protections and safeguards, as defined by the Office of Human Research Protections (OHRP), Additionally, the researcher should seek a site permission letter signed by the tutoring center’s administrator, once the research has been IRB approved.
Example B: A researcher plans to conduct an online survey using Qualtrics on LGBTQ+ individuals’ beliefs regarding specific laws targeted at trans individuals. Only adults over 18 years of age are eligible to participate in the study. The researcher plans to provide a $10 gift card compensation to participants who successfully complete the survey and meet all attention checks.
Is it Expedited Category 7? So long as the survey questions do not ask about sensitive information (e.g., illegal behaviors, medical records) and the only identifiers collected are the emails, this study would be categorized not as Expedited, but as Exempt. The study activities meet the criteria for Exempt Category 2, which states that recorded information from the survey procedures “cannot readily identify the subject (directly or through identifiers linked to the subjects).” Because participant emails will be recorded separately from the data, there is no way for the recorded information to be linked back to the subjects.
Example C: A researcher plans to interview professional athletes about their thought patterns, daily habits, and sleep schedules before and after a game. She would like to video record the interviews and use them as part of the data analysis and in her published materials.
Is it Expedited Category 7? Yes, this research meets the criteria for Expedited Category 7 as the research activities are not greater than minimal risk. However, the athlete may be identified in the published materials (with their consent) and due to the nature of their profession and fame, the researcher may be unable to guarantee confidentiality. The researcher should disclose to the athlete that she cannot guarantee their anonymity due to the nature of the research, even if the athlete does not consent to their name or direct quotes being used, they may be found out by process of elimination when the findings are published. An IRB may also require that the researcher obtain permission to conduct the study from the athlete’s coach or team administrator and clarify if there are any potential conflicts of interest or copyright issues associated with a professional athlete’s participation in research.
Research activities may fall into one or more review categories depending on a variety of factors, including the study population, researcher expertise, coinciding events, etc. Researchers can access the Expedited review categories on TC IRB’s website or from the Department of Health and Human Services ( HHS ).
Do expedited studies need continuing review?
Determining Continuing Review under the Revised Rule – Exempt or Limited Review: For new studies determined to qualify for exempt or limited IRB review under the revised Common Rule, continuing review requirements do not apply. Expedited Review: For new studies determined to qualify for expedited review under revised Common Rule, the regulations now stipulate that Continuing Review is not required unless justified by the IRB.
The project is regulated by the Food & Drug Administration (FDA) or by another sponsor that requires continuing review. The project involves additional regulatory oversight. Study procedures or risks indicate greater oversight is necessary. Other research specific considerations apply.
In addition, the IRB may change its determination regarding Continuing Review for an individual study based on new information it receives via an amendment, event report, or new findings related to the study procedures and/or population. Full Review: For new studies determined to qualify for full review, Continuing Review requirements continue to apply (annually at minimum) unless the study status has progressed to data analysis only or acquisition of long-term follow-up data collected as part of routine care.
What is expedited Category 9 continuing review?
‘Under Category (9), an expedited review procedure may be used for continuing review of research not conducted under an investigational new drug application or investigational device exemption where categories (2) through (8) do not apply but the IRB has determined and documented at a convened meeting that the research
How many days is expedited?
How fast is expedited shipping? – So, how fast is expedited shipping? Expedited shipping simply means faster than usual. How long it ends up taking still depends on a host of factors—primarily, distance and mode. Remember, it’s relative. For instance, on an international scale, if an ocean freight shipment of a 20-foot container from Shanghai to Los Angeles typically takes 18 days, a 14-day shipping option can be considered expedited.
- When shipping domestically within the US, standard shipping typically takes five to eight business days.
- Delivery options that take three days or less would be considered expedited.
- This includes two-day, next-day, and same-day deliveries.
- Do not confuse expedited shipping with express shipping.
- While both take less time than standard shipping, express shipping usually means a two-day or next-day delivery.
As a general rule of thumb, when both express and expedited shipping options are available, express shipping is usually the quicker option.
What are the disadvantages of expediting?
Disadvantages of Expediting – Expediting can destroy the of a production area and also delay other customer orders, since the bulk of all orders are given a lower priority and must also contend with the removal of assigned materials in favor of higher-priority jobs. / / : Expediting definition
How long does expedite mean?
Expedited shipping services vs. express shipping – Depending on the retailer and carriers involved, expedited shipping and express shipping can have a variety of meanings or used interchangeably. In general, when both express and expedited shipping options are offered, express shipping is faster, often meaning 2-day or next-day delivery, while expedited just means “faster than standard.”
What is another word for expedited?
Accelerate, assist, facilitate, hasten, promote, quicken, speed, urge, advance, dispatch, forward, hurry, precipitate, press, railroad, rush, fast track, hand-carry, hand-walk, run interference.
What is expedited vs regular?
4. What is the difference between standard shipping and expedited shipping? – The main difference between standard and expedited shipping is the delivery time. Standard shipping usually takes two to eight days, while expedited shipping usually takes one day.
What does expedited mean in business?
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Expediting is a concept in purchasing and project management for securing the quality and timely delivery of goods and components. The procurement department or an external expeditor controls the progress of manufacturing at the supplier concerning quality, packing, conformity with standards and set timelines.
What is an example of expedite usage?
To cause something to be done more quickly: We’re trying to expedite the process of reviewing applications. You pay more for expedited delivery.
What is expedite process example?
‘I hope this will expedite the process’. He doing anything in his power to expedite the process. Most nights, Peters stops by to expedite the process. ‘They are really going all out to expedite the process’.
Which actions can a reviewer conducting an expedited review?
NOTE: THIS GUIDANCE DOCUMENT CONSOLIDATES GUIDANCE REGARDING EXPEDITED REVIEW PREVIOUSLY FOUND IN THE FOLLOWING OHRP GUIDANCES: (1) “EXPEDITED REVIEW OF CERTAIN RESEARCH BY INSTITUTIONAL REVIEW BOARDS” ( OPRR REPORTS, January 6, 1999 CLICK HERE ) AND (2) “EXEMPT RESEARCH AND RESEARCH THAT MAY UNDERGO EXPEDITED REVIEW” (OPRR REPORTS, May 5, 1995 CLICK HERE),
THE GUIDANCE ALSO HAS BEEN UPDATED FOR FORMAT AND REFERENCES ADDITIONAL GUIDANCE ON EXPEDITED CONTINUING REVIEW. Office for Human Research Protections (OHRP) Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Use of Expedited Review Procedures Date: August 11, 2003 Scope: The purpose of this document is to provide guidance on the use of the expedited review procedure by Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) Target Audience: IRBs, sponsors, and investigators.
Regulatory Requirements: Expedited review procedures are described in HHS regulations at 45 CFR 46.110, Under an expedited review procedure, the IRB Chairperson, or one or more experienced reviewers designated by the Chairperson from among the members of the IRB, reviews the research protocol.
The IRB shall adopt a method for keeping all IRB members advised of research proposals that have been approved under the expedited review procedure. In conducting expedited review, the IRB reviewers may exercise all of the authorities of the IRB except that they may not disapprove the research. A research activity may be disapproved only after review by the convened IRB in accordance with the nonexpedited procedure set forth in 45 CFR 46.108(b).
Under 45 CFR 46.110(d), HHS may restrict an institution’s or IRB’s authority to use the expedited review procedure. Guidance: The list of categories of research that may be reviewed by the IRB through an expedited review procedure was updated in 1998 and can be found at http://www.hhs.gov/ohrp/regulations-and-policy/guidance/categories-of-research-expedited-review-procedure-1998/index.html,
Additions to, and extrapolation from, this list by the institution or the IRB are not appropriate. For example, it is inappropriate to use an expedited review procedure for the initial review of either research that involves minimal risk but does not appear in the categories of research published in the Federal Register or research that involves greater than minimal risk.
Institutions and IRBs are reminded that expedited review usually is not appropriate at the time of continuing review if the research required review by the convened IRB at the time of initial review (for information about expedited continuing review see OHRP Guidance – WHEN MAY EXPEDITED REVIEW PROCEDURES BE USED).
Like review by the convened IRB, expedited review must fulfill all the requirements of review found at 45 CFR 46.111 and subparts B, C, and D, if applicable. IRBs are reminded that the requirements for informed consent (or for altering or waiving the requirement for informed consent) apply regardless of whether research is reviewed by the convened IRB or under an expedited procedure.
OHRP policy provides that any institution with an OHRP-approved Assurance may use expedited review for initial or continuing review of HHS-supported or conducted research and for review of minor changes in previously approved research as described in 45 CFR 46.110(b)(2),
Consultants may assist the IRB in the review of issues which require expertise beyond, or in addition to, that available on the IRB. Only the IRB Chairperson, or one or more experienced reviewers designated by the Chairperson from among members of the IRB, may carry out the expedited review. The person(s) conducting the expedited review may either approve, require modifications (to secure approval) or refer the research to the convened IRB for review in accordance with the non-expedited review procedures set forth in HHS regulations at 45 CFR 46.108(b).
Finally, OHRP recommends that: (1) documentation for initial and continuing reviews conducted under an expedited review procedure include: (a) the specific permissible categories justifying the expedited review; and (b) documentation of the review and action taken by the IRB Chairperson or designated reviewer and any findings required under the HHS regulations; (2) written IRB procedures include a description of policies describing the types of minor changes in previously approved research which can be approved under an expedited review procedure in accordance with HHS regulations at 45 CFR 46.110(b)(2); and (3) expedited review procedures NOT be used for research involving prisoners.