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The Honourable Leona Aglukkaq, Minister of Health, today announced the launch of the Government of Canada's new public database of Health Canada-authorized drug clinical trials involving patients, as well as the completion of a joint project to develop new standards for research ethics boards that oversee clinical trials.
It is undertaken in many countries by committees, under the guise of Institutional Review Boards (IRBs) in the USA, Research Ethics Boards (REBs) in Canada, Research Ethics Committees (RECs) in Britain and most of Europe, and Human Research Ethics Committees (HRECs) in Australia.
11-13) As researchers and research ethics boards (REBs) engage with the TCPS2 principles, dialogue on these challenges is useful to develop research practices.
Despite threats from Apotex to sue her for breach of contract, Olivieri informed the Research Ethics Board of Sick Kids Hospital of her safety concerns.
Western has a Research Ethics Board with strict guidelines.
The full ITA approval was obtained after the Research Ethics Boards (REB) of the Ville Marie Medical Center and of the St.
In addition to usual CNS activities, Martha is a member of the UBC/Providence Health Care Research Ethics Board for nine years, twice chaired the St.
Maar's involvement with the Manitoulin Research Review Committee, one of the only First Nations research ethics boards in the country, enables her to learn about and resolve this disconnect between researcher and subject.