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Improving Quality of Initial REB Submissions and Ongoing REB Reporting

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Date & Time: May 28, 2020 from 12-1pm

Title: Improving Quality of Initial REB Submissions and Ongoing REB Reporting

Description: Understanding the Ethics Application Form in ROMEO can be overwhelming, yet its completion is vital to a successful submission. Pair that with requirements of a lay language protocol summary, expectation of a gr. 8 reading level for the Informed Consent Form and the room-for-error escalates. We are offering this REB educational session to help research groups prepare high quality REB submissions by learning helpful tips, common omissions, oversights and pitfalls.

Presenters: Brittany Scott, Administrative Research Coordinator, Hematology Research, NSHA and Joan Morrison, REB Coordinator, Research & Innovation, NSHA

Recommended for: These sessions are recommended for NSHA research employees and Principal Investigators conducting NSHA REB approved research

Learning Objectives:

  • Interpretation and thorough understanding of internal NSHA research process
  • Acquisition of research skills leading to timelier turn-around on project tasks
  • Building Confident research employees to maximize efficiency of research funds


There are two ways to attend:

1. In Person. Location: RMU Multimedia Room, Room 114, Centre for Clinical Research, 5790 University Avenue, Halifax

2. Skype for Business. Link to be sent within 24 hrs of the event to all registered ticket holders.

Disclaimer : If you attend by Skype, please be mindful that technical issues often arise that are outside of NSHA' s control, despite successful pre-broadcast quality tests.


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