Answered By: Research Support
Last Updated: Mar 07, 2018     Views: 38

Integrated Research Approval System (IRAS) is a single system for applying for Health Research Authority (HRA) permissions and approvals for health and social care / community care research in the UK. IRAS enables you to enter information about your project once instead of duplicating information in separate application forms and uses filters to ensure that the data collected and collated is appropriate to the type of study, and consequently the permissions and approvals required.

If you are unsure whether you should complete an IRAS form, please check with your supervisor in the first instance and then your Departmental Ethics Lead.

You'll find more information about IRAS on the Ethics and Governance webpage. 

Also click on the link to our IRAS FAQs. 

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