Wed., Apr. 07 | Webinar on Microsoft Teams

Ethics Harmonization Across Canada

An online panel discussion and Q&A on research ethics harmonization efforts across Canada.
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Time & Location

Apr. 07, 12:00 p.m. – 2:00 p.m. CDT
Webinar on Microsoft Teams

About the Event

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An online panel discussion and Q&A on research ethics harmonization efforts across Canada.

Event Details 

Wednesday, April 7, 2021 Noon to 2pm Central Time Online via Microsoft Teams

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Hosted by RITHIM (Research Improvements Through Harmonization in Manitoba), a department of Research Manitoba

Event Summary 

Join us for a roundtable discussion on research ethics harmonization!

Research ethic review board (REB) harmonization efforts have been underway in several jurisdictions across Canada for the last few decades. From the collaborative approaches of British Columbia and Saskatchewan to the centralized methods of Manitoba and Nova Scotia, each province has approached the process in a different way.

The benefits of harmonization include a more transparent, simplified, streamlined, and rapid review process for applicants and reviewers, that removes bureaucratic obstacles to approving important health research projects.

This webinar will provide an opportunity for REBs and other interested parties to learn about the driving forces behind harmonization, the different approaches being implemented and the challenges and successes of harmonization initiatives across jurisdictions.

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