Behavioural Ethics and Human Ethics Review
Supports the process of obtaining required BREB (behavioural research ethics board) review and approval for any research involving human subjects. Researchers will be able to access ethics applications through the Researcher Information Services (RISe) website.
Who can use itFaculty
Lisa Shearer: firstname.lastname@example.org
Self service links and Resources
Guided service links and Resources
Okanagan has campus based support for UBCO researchers; V supports UBC V researchers; Approvals must be in place prior to starting research; Behavioural research is not clinical in nature and often includes interviews, surveys, observations; Ensures compliance with tri-council policy statement and funding requirements