Applications to the Emily Carr University Research Ethics Board
The Emily Carr University Research Ethics Board receives applications for review from faculty members, students, or external researchers who are conducting research that involves humans within the Emily Carr University context.
New! To help researchers determine the level of ethics review that is required for their project based on the level of risk it presents to participants, a Risk & Review Tool is a checklist is now avaialble. GUIDELINES202.2_RiskReview.pdf
For information about the Course-Based application process, visit - http://www.connect.ecuad.ca/research/reb/course_based
For information about the Project application process, visit - http://www.connect.ecuad.ca/research/reb/project_based
NOTE! - THESE FORMS MUST BE COMPLETED USING ADOBE ACROBAT PRO! IF "PREVIEW" OPENS THE FORM BY DEFAULT, THE FORM EDITING WILL NOT WORK PROPERLY. ACROBAT PRO IS LOADED ONTO ALL OF THE UNIVERSITY COMPUTERS.
FORM 201.1 Research Ethics Application FORM201.1.pdf
FORM 201.2 Application for Externally Approved Research (from another institution) FORM201.2.pdf
FORM 203.2 Request for Partial Funding Release Prior to Full Research Ethics Approval FORM203.2.pdf
FORM 205.1 Course-based Research Ethics Application FORM205.1CourseApplication.pdf
FORM 205.2 Student Research Ethics Application FORM205.2.pdf
FORM 204.1 Annual Research Ethics Review or Request to Amend Previously Approved Research FORM204.1.pdf
FORM 204.2 Research Ethics Adverse Report (coming soon!)
FORM 204.3 Research Ethics Project Completion FORM204.3.pdf
FORM 205.3 Course-based Research Ethics Completion FORM205.3.pdf
FORM 205.4 Student Research Ethics Completion (coming soon!)
All applicants and reserachers are required to complete the TCPS2:CORE (Course on Research Ethics) before an application is approved. Certificates of completion must be included in the application.
The application process from first application through to full approval is illustrated in the following flow chart. Applicants should be familiar with this process. 2013DECISION_TREE.pdf