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  1. Does My Project Require Human Ethics Approval?

    All research that involves human subjects requires review and approval by a Research Ethics Board (REB) in accordance with the Tri-Council Policy Statement http://www.pre.ethics.gc.ca/eng/documents/tcps2-2018-en-interactive-final.pdf before the research is started. Review is required for: Research involving human
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  2. How Do I Get Human Ethics Approval?

    Does My Project Require Human Ethics Approval? Which Research Ethics Board Should I Submit My Project To? How Do I Assess The Risk Level Of My Project? How Do I Submit A Research Ethics Application Form? During the Ethics Review Process the REB will often respond to you with suggested revisions or modifications
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  3. Who Can I Contact For Human Ethics Information?

    Questions? Please contact: Biomedical/Behavioural Ethics Adrian Taylor (Administrative Support) at 306-966-2975 or ethics.office@uask.ca mailto:ethics.office@uask.ca Biomedical Ethics Caitlin Prebble (Research Ethics Specialist) at 306-966-1854 or caitlin.prebble@usask.ca mailto:caitlin.prebble@usask.ca Darcie Earle
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  5. Can Ethics Approval Be Granted Retroactively?

    All research that involves human subjects requires review and approval by a Research Ethics Board (REB) in accordance with the Tri-Council Policy Statement … of research is required prior to the start of recruitment of participants, access to data, or collection of human biological materials. Questions? Please
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  6. Can I Make Changes To My Project After Ethics Approval Has Been Granted?

    the Research Services and Ethics Office https://wiki.usask.ca/pages/viewpage.action?pageId=1416986820 (RSEO) at 306-966-2975 or ethics.office@usask.ca mailto:ethics.office@usask.ca Related Articles Related issues Questions? Please contact the Research Services and Ethics Office
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  7. What If I Need More Time To Complete My Research But My Ethics Approval Is Expiring Soon?

    Human Research Ethics Approval is granted for one year, provided there is no change to the approved protocol or consent process. The initial Certificate of Approval includes the approval period the Research Ethics Board (REB) has assigned to your study. If your research is continuing past the expiry date, you must
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  8. Is My Project Eligible For Exemption From Ethics Review?

    The REB makes the final decision on exemption from research ethics review. Even if you believe your research to be exempt from ethics review, the REB's strongly suggest that you fill out an ethics application or contact the ethics office with a short description of your project, before you begin your research
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  9. Which Research Ethics Board Should I Submit My Project To?

    The University has established two Research Ethics Boards (REBs). The appropriate REB must approve any project involving the use of human subjects. The Biomedical Research Ethics Board (Bio-REB) is responsible for the review of all protocols involving human subjects which include: Medically invasive physical
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  10. I Have Ethics Approval From Another University. Do I Need Approval From the University of Saskatchewan's Research Ethics Board?

    The Research Ethics Boards (REB) in the province of Saskatchewan have a policy of full reciprocity. This means that if your application has been approved … of Saskatchewan ethics approval is required. Please contact the ethics office to assist in making the assessment. Questions? Please contact the Research Services
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