• CIHR Guidelines for Health Research Involving Aboriginal Peoples The new Guidelines are intended to facilitate research that is sensitive to, and respectful of, Aboriginal cultures and beliefs. They are intended to be interpreted in conjunction with the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS), other CIHR research policies, and all applicable law.
    All faculty members and PhD students, whose affiliation is with the Faculty of Health Sciences must submit their protocols to the HHS/FHS Research Ethics Board using the application forms found < Here >
  • All research by FHS undergraduate and Masters students must be submitted to the Student Research Ethics Committee (a sub-committee of the joint HHS/FHS REB) c/o Committee on Scientific Development (CSD) office as per instructions for student applications< Here >

  • Newsletter at Offices of Integrated Research Services @ Hamilton Health Sciences. Previous and current issues have a column by the Chair of the HHS/FHS REB, Dr. Jack Holland or the Research Ethics Officer, Ms. Alison van Nie.
  • Science 7 December 2007: Vol. 318. no. 5856, pp. 1537 - 1538 DOI: 10.1126/science.318.5856.1537a
    Thai Science Agency Clamps Down on Sensitive Research by Richard Stone