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$250.00

This module will help REBs better understand the need for good research data management (RDM), current Canadian policy, considerations for good RDM stewardship and the role of RDM in research and research ethics.

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$75.00

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$75.00

This course is designed for the onboarding of New Research Ethics Board (REB) members. The goal is for a beginner REB member to learn the basics of what it means to be on an REB, the roles of an REB and the importance of REB roles.  

$250.00

This course is designed for the onboarding of New Research Ethics Board (REB) members. The goal is for a beginner REB member to learn the basics of what it means to be on an REB, the roles of an REB and the importance of REB roles.  

$75.00

Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards (CAREB/ACCER) acknowledges that this learning module is a beginning of a larger conversation surrounding research with Indigenous communities. Key Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify how researchers may gain awareness of community and regional customs and practices.
  2. Explore the significance of community engagement when researching and working with Indigenous communities.
  3. Understand community engagement for Indigenous research in The Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS 2) .
  4. Explore how research contributes to capacity building in Indigenous communities.
  5. Discuss how research can be mutually beneficial for the researcher and community.

$250.00

Canadian Association of Research Ethics Boards (CAREB/ACCER) acknowledges that this learning module is a beginning of a larger conversation surrounding research with Indigenous communities. Key Learning Objectives:

  1. Identify how researchers may gain awareness of community and regional customs and practices.
  2. Explore the significance of community engagement when researching and working with Indigenous communities.
  3. Understand community engagement for Indigenous research in The Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS 2) .
  4. Explore how research contributes to capacity building in Indigenous communities.
  5. Discuss how research can be mutually beneficial for the researcher and community.

$120.00

This is a series of inter-related webinars. The introductory webinar is designed to cover various aspects of the administrative considerations in the ethical review and oversight of Biomedical research studies. Subsequent webinars will explore specific research ethics considerations in the ethical review and oversight of biomedical research studies, including common and unique ethical issues presented by biomedical research studies. This webinar package includes each of the following topics in the “Reviewing a Research Study in the Biomedical Domain” webinar series:  

Click here to access Reviewing a Research Study in the Biomedical Domain – Overall Protocol Content Review & Considerations

$30.00

Webinar Objectives:

  • To provide criteria for the review of the Administrative Components of a biomedical research including: Sign-offs and Attestations, Conflict of Interest Review and Management, Documentation Required for Appropriate Review, Adequacy of Resources to conduct the research, study type classification and clinical trial registration; and to address the application of appropriate ethical principles and guidelines, and regulatory criteria for the review and approval of the administrative aspects of the research.
Duration: 1 hour. Date & Time: March 22nd, 2021 4:30 pm EST

$30.00

Webinar Objectives:

  • To provide criteria for the review of the Administrative Components of a biomedical research including: Sign-offs and Attestations, Conflict of Interest Review and Management, Documentation Required for Appropriate Review, Adequacy of Resources to conduct the research, study type classification and clinical trial registration; and to address the application of appropriate ethical principles and guidelines, and regulatory criteria for the review and approval of the administrative aspects of the research.
Duration: 1 hour. Date & Time: March 22nd, 2021 4:30 pm EST

$30.00

Webinar Objectives: To provide criteria for protocol content review of a bio-medical study including: scientific merit, clinical equipoise, risk assessment and mitigation, dissemination of research findings, management of material incidental findings and the return of results, and future access to investigational agents/devices/procedures. These criteria will be covered with the intent of addressing the application of [...]

$125.00

Webinar Objectives:

  • To provide criteria for protocol content review of a bio-medical study including: scientific merit, clinical equipoise, risk assessment and mitigation, dissemination of research findings, management of material incidental findings and the return of results, and future access to investigational agents/devices/procedures. These criteria will be covered with the intent of addressing the application of appropriate ethical principles and regulatory criteria for the review and approval of these aspects of a biomedical research study.
Duration: 1 hour. Date & Time: TBD