Submitting to CREBA
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The Community Research Ethics Board of Alberta (CREBA) provides ethics review of health research being conducted in any community or organization that does not have access to one of the other five duly constituted health research ethics boards in Alberta.
Other Health Research Ethics Boards in Alberta
CREBA, a multi-disciplinary committee with members from both rural and urban communities across the province, is designated under the Health Information Act. It is constituted in accordance with the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS2) and is committed to adherence with this statement. Information about the TCPS2 and other related issues can be found at the Interagency Advisory Panel of Research Ethics (PRE), a body of external experts created to advise on the evolution, interpretation, implementation and educational needs of the TCPS2.
For more information about CREBA see the Terms of Reference.
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- Protocol Submission Requirement:
Completed Online ARECCI Ethics Screening Tool