Working as a team

For both tools, a lead-user needs to be identified. This person will be responsible for finalising the answers and ultimately submitting them for analysis. Once registered for an account, the lead-user can invite individuals to support them in answering the question set. These are the sub-users.

  • For the Research Institution Tool, the lead-user should be a nominated senior individual who can recruit a network of appropriate sub-users. For example, the Chair of the local ethics committee (e.g. the AWERB) could be lead-user, with members of the ethics committee as sub-users.

  • For the Research Group Tool, the Principal Investigator is likely to be the lead-user. Depending on the complexity and size of the group, they may decide to invite group members to become sub-users to assist with answering questions.

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