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4) The National Council on Ethics in Human Research created in 1989 has as its mandate "to provide leadership in advancing the knowledge and practice of the ethical conduct of research involving humans through advice, guidance and education to stakeholders.
On the human research side, the U of S had its first site visit by the National Council on Ethics in Human Research (NCEHR) since the Tri-Council Policy Statement was introduced in 1998.
In 2006, an interesting dialogue transpired on the National Council on Ethics in Human Research list serve between lawyers and legal representative REB members regarding the definition of exactly what ought to be REB legal members' roles and responsibilities.