RAPP is made up of three key streams of work, ethics, operations, and data access. The data access stream will be informed by Health Data Platform British Columbia’s (HDPBC) strategy that will enable a simplified, unified approval process for access to datasets that span multiple areas and organizations within the health sector.
The Research Approvals Processes Project (RAPP) Team is preparing for a busy September with several key activities being planned. The project is entering into a process mapping phase. Continue reading “Research approvals project starting process mapping phase”
Research Approvals Processes Project overview and presentation now available.
The Research Approvals Processes Project is working to change the landscape of research approval processes within BC’s health sector.
Michael Smith Health Research BC is on a learning journey, not just today – National Indigenous Peoples Day – but every day. Continue reading “National Indigenous Peoples Day”
For our December edition, we bring you Laurel Evans, director of research ethics at UBC . Continue reading “Research Ethics Spotlight: Laurel Evans”
Meet Sandra Broughton, chair of the Research Ethics Board at Interior Health, who brings 40 years of experience in a range of roles throughout the health care sector.
The annual Clinical Research Ethics Symposium returns this November with fantastic guest speakers.
For our inaugural Q&A, we bring you Heather Fudge, a retired clinical nurse specialist who has had a fascinating 45-year career in health care.
Continue reading “Research Ethics Spotlight: Heather Fudge”
Namaste Marsden and Angie Bain are advocates of sharing knowledge about cultural safety and humility. Continue reading “Indigenous Cultural Safety and Humility Workshop: A safe place to question, learn and unlearn together”