Research Ethics BC
I am a researcher and/or on a research team
British Columbia’s harmonized ethics review model is now in use by all BC health authorities, most research universities and many colleges. Information in this section supports researchers and research participants in understanding and implementing harmonized approaches to ethics review.
I am a Research Ethics Board Administrator (REBA)
Research Ethics BC offers a range of materials to support research ethics board administrators in understanding and implementing harmonized approaches to ethics review at their institutions.
The Research Approvals Processes Project (RAPP)
The Research Approvals Processes Project (RAPP) is a joint Ministry of Health / Health Authority initiative to standardize and coordinate research approvals for multi-site research studies.
Indigenous research ethics
As part of our commitment to help researchers develop meaningful engagement in research involving First Nations, Inuit, Métis and Indigenous peoples, we have gathered resources to support researchers, research ethics offices and boards to stay informed about Indigenous research ethics.
Search through research ethics resources and webinars in our collection. These can help you learn more about understanding and implementing harmonized approaches to research ethics reviews, refresh your skills and knowledge, and more.
Research Ethics BC provides guidance and support to researchers, reviewers and project managers on research ethics reviews of studies conducted in multiple geographic areas involving the resources, people, patients or data from more than one BC research institution.