Research Ethics Committees at Work: The Experience of One Multi-Location Study
While, Alison E.
Journal of Medical Ethics. 1996 Dec; 22(6): 352-355.
OBJECTIVES: To report the outcome of applications to 43 research ethics committees. SETTING: Four regional health authorities in England. FINDINGS: The research ethics committees varied considerably in their practices. The time lapse until notification of the outcome of the approval ranged from just under one week to 23 weeks with a mean of 8.6 weeks. Four research ethics committees failed to notify the research team of an outcome of their request for approval. CONCLUSION: A national research ethics committee is needed to review national and multi-location research studies in the light of the fragmented and variable practice of local research ethics committees.
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Health Service Guidelines: Ethics Committee Review of Multi-Centre Research: Establishment of Multi-Centre Research Ethics Committees: HSG (97)23 Unknown author (National Health Service [NHS]. (Great Britain [United Kingdom]), 1997-04-14)
Gender Equality in the Work of Local Research Ethics Committees in Europe: A Study of Practice of Five Countries Moerman, C.J.; Haafkens, J.A.; Söderström, M.; Rásky, É.; Maguire, P.; Maschewsky-Schneider, U.; Norstedt, M.; Hahn, D.; Reinerth, H.; McKevitt, M. (2007-02)BACKGROUND: Funding organisations and research ethics committees (RECs) should play a part in strengthening attention to gender equality in clinical research. In the research policy of European Union (EU), funding measures ...