The first and foremost purpose of the Research Ethics Board is to ensure the Protection of Study Volunteers in Research.
The Research Ethics Board follows the guidelines set out in the Tri-Council Policy Statement on Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans. These guidelines were released in 1998 by the Medical Research Council of Canada, the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council.
Guiding Principles for Research at Windsor Regional Hospital
Keeping with its mission and values, Windsor Regional Hospital is a public institution whose resources, staff and health care practitioners are dedicated to providing excellence in health care. Improving the quality of life through the advancement of human health care is an important component of excellence in health care.
Research is a fundamental activity for the generation of new knowledge and thereby the improvement of patient care. The research conducted in affiliation with Windsor Regional Hospital is of considerable benefit to the community, its health care practitioners, and the hospital. Research activities also enhance the education and awareness of the medical, nursing, and allied health care professionals in the institution.
Research Ethics program brochure.
Research Ethics Office
Lauren Miceli, REB AdministratorWindsor Regional Hospital Met Campus, RM ME-1510519-254-5577, ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Windsor Regional Hospital Research Ethics Board complete members list.
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