of data from voice, video, digital, or image recordings made for research.
• Methodologies involving survey, interview, oral history, focus group,
program evaluation, human factors evaluation, or quality assurance methodologies that does not qualify for Exempt review.
but not limited to, research
on perception, cognition, motivation, identity, language, communication,
cultural beliefs or practices, and social behavior.
• Procedures commonly done in clinical settings, such
as taking hair, saliva, excreta or small amounts of blood (by venipuncture).
(does not include studies
that require general anaesthesia
sedation for research purposes) routinely employed in clinical practice,
including MRI (3 Tesla or under), ECG, ultrasound.
materials (data, documents, records, or human biological materials) that
have been collected or will be collected solely for research purposes.
• Mobile applications that only track information
and do not directly inform care of the research subject.