Data Migration Completion

As of October 1, 2018 all open HREBA-CC paper files have been migrated to the IRISS system. Paper/e-mail submissions are no longer accepted as all ethics files are now being processed through IRISS. E-mail info@hreba.ca if you have any questions.

New Reportable Event Forms

February 2018: HREBA has new forms for the Cancer Committee and Clinical Trials Committee: Local Adverse Events Report; Non-Local Adverse Events Report; Additional Reportable Events; and the Protocol Deviation Form. Click title above for link.

New Templates - CC and CHC

There are new templates for studies which are reviewed by the Cancer Committee and Community Health Committee. They cover the consent for optional research, the consent for participation in non-clinical trial research, and the protocol development for non-clinical trial research. Their use is mandatory. Click the title above for more information.


 

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.

Cancer Committee »

Cancer Committee »

The HREBA-CC provides ethical review and oversight for all cancer and cancer-related research involving humans (1,2).

Clinical Trials Committee »

Clinical Trials Committee »

The HREBA-CTC provides ethical review and oversight of clinical trials involving humans (1,2), with the exception of cancer, conducted by community-based/private practice physicians or other qualified healthcare professionals.

Community Health Committee »

Community Health Committee »

The HREBA-CHC provides ethical review and oversight of research involving humans (1,2), with the exception of cancer and clinical trials, conducted by community-based investigators and/or organizations (both for and not-for profit). The committee also provides ethical review for non-research projects (e.g. quality improvement, program evaluation) that are of higher risk, involve vulnerable populations, or areas of sensitivity.

(1) Research involving humans includes both adult and pediatric populations, their information and/or samples.

(2) This includes both research that involves or does not involve health information as defined by the Alberta Health Information Act (HIA).

IRISS

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 info@hreba.ca

IRISS Registration IRISS Login IRISS Resource Page

Scheduled maintenance: Saturdays and Sundays from 12:00 am to 3:00 am

Please ensure you are logged off the system during this time
as work that has not been saved will be lost.

A confirmed and tentative schedule of outages is posted on the IRISS website  

IRISS Updates and Changes Page