Hi Ms. Patel,
Cayuse IRB does have some reporting tools.
If you go into the main page, on the Menu Bar, there is a Reporting Tab, with a Classic Reporting option.
In that menu, it gives you the option of running various report queries. Start by clicking the "+ New Report" button at top right.
At the left side, there are a bunch of query fields. In the "Study Information" section, they are mostly for finding and filtering studies. But, at the bottom, in the "Audit Information" section, they have a lot of report functions for time, as can be seen here:
The options are mostly intuitive. While I don't find that they're really the information that I am often looking for, they are a much faster way of getting some meaningful information. The most important of these for AAHRP is probably Time Under Review, but some of the other reporting functions are useful for keeping track of protocol flow internally, especially if you have multiple people on your team.
Hope this helps!
Daniel R. Kirienko, Ph.D.
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Compliance Administrator II (IBC and SCRO)
Office of Sponsored Projects and Research Compliance (SPARC)
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Sent: 5/18/2023 3:38:00 PM
From: Amy Patel
Subject: AAHRPP Reporting
For the institutions that are AAHRPP accredited, how do you pull turn-around time report information in Cayuse? We are beginning Cayuse implementation this summer and have noticed that it does not allow for the same reporting fields that iRIS did. Specifically, reviewer assignment dates, completed review dates, etc. Are there workarounds for this reporting information in Cayuse, or how are others keeping up with this for AAHRPP? Are there other AAHRPP reporting needs that you have to find workarounds for due to Cayuse reporting limitations? <o:p></o:p>
Texas Tech University Health Science Center, Lubbock