Research Resource Impact Committee
The RRIC has now changed the submission guidelines. Only TWO (2) copies of each document are now required.
ATTENTION ALL RESEARCHERS
The mandatory Course in Human Research Participant Protection (CHRPP) training requirement put forward by the University of Manitoba's Ethics Policy Implementation Committee, has now been replaced by the Course of Research Ethics (CORE). CORE reflects the new content in the Tri-Council Policy Statement Ethical content for Research Involving Humans 2010 (TCPS2). CORE is based on the same framework as the CHRPP (which reflects TCPS1).Mandatory completion of the CORE tutorial is required of all Researchers (including those at CCMB) who submit research for review and approval by the U of M REB. This includes:
Please note: For all researchers submitting an ethics protocol for REB review you must have completed either the CHRPP or the CORE tutorial. Those who have already completed the CHRPP tutorial will NOT be asked to complete the CORE tutorial.
Prior completion of training in Good Clinical Practice (GCP) or the National Institute of Health Protection of Human Research Participants course does not exempt you from completing CORE.
REB approval will be granted, as appropriate, following receipt of a copy of the tutorial certificate. For CCMB Researchers using the services of the Clinical Investigations Office (CIO), please also submit a copy of your certificate to the attention of the Ethics and Regulatory Affairs Secretary in ON 2107.
To access the CORE training site, click on the following link:
If you have any questions regarding the tutorial please contact Monica Woods, University of Manitoba Research Quality Assurance Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The purpose of the RRIC is to:
If you have any questions please contact: