June 28, 2017: A new Reportable Event feature is available in IRISS. This new feature is only available for studies reviewed by the HREBA-Cancer Committee. If your study was reviewed by the Clinical Trials or Community Health Committee, please continue submitting Reportable Events (e.g. SAEs, protocol deviations, DSMB reports, etc.) as per your Committee’s process.
The Health Research Ethics Board of Alberta (HREBA) charges $4000 for the initial full board review, or $1000 for the initial delegated review, of an industry sponsored study. This applies to studies received by any of three HREBA Committees after July 1, 2017. Click title above for more information.
May 15, 2017: Under exceptional circumstances, HREBA may limit the number of studies reviewed at a particular committee meeting. For more information, look under the menu “Learn More”, above, and go to “Memos, Guidelines and Resources”.
HREBA’s Three Committees
The three committees of HREBA work together as one board. For a full list of all HREBA members, please click here.
The Institutional Research Information Services Solution
HREBA’s three committees manage all ethics submissions and reviews through the IRISS on-line platform.
If you are already familiar with the committee that you need to submit your ethics applications through, start by registering on IRISS. Once you have registered you may submit your ethics application online. If you have questions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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