The HiREB SRC is offering course-based ethics approval for those courses which are designed to have students develop their research skills but the research activities do not fit the standard definition of research, since the results are not intended for publication or generalization. The class exercises may be carried out by individual students, small groups, or as a single class project. The application is submitted by the faculty member(s) and approval is valid for 5 years, with annual renewals.
For further information please see the guidelines for the Faculty-only Course-based Ethics Application, found on the Forms and Downloads page.
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Disclaimer: The Hamilton Integrated Research Ethics Board (HiREB) represents the institutions of Hamilton Health Sciences, St. Joseph’s Healthcare Hamilton, Research St. Joseph's-Hamilton, and the Faculty of Health Sciences at McMaster University and operates in compliance with and is constituted in accordance with the requirements of: The Tri-Council Policy Statement on Ethical Conduct of Research Involving Humans; The International Conference on Harmonization of Good Clinical Practices; Part C Division 5 of the Food and Drug Regulations of Health Canada, and the provisions of the Ontario Personal Health Information Protection Act 2004 and its applicable Regulations; For studies conducted at St. Joseph's Healthcare Hamilton, HiREB complies with the Health Ethics Guide of the Catholic Alliance of Canada