A Study to Assess the Utility of a Canadian Research Ethics Board (REB)
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A Study to Assess the Utility of a Canadian Research Ethics Board (REB) Web-Based Template for Protocol and Consent Review. Demonstration. The following is a demonstration of the web-based review tool. Please keep all information in this slide show confidential. Thank you,

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Demonstration

A Study to Assess the Utility of a Canadian Research Ethics Board (REB) Web-Based Template for Protocol and Consent Review

Demonstration


Demonstration

The following is a demonstration of the web-based review tool. Please keep all information in this slide show confidential.

Thank you,

The Research Team


Accessing the template

Accessing the Template

Every template user receives a username and password

The template can be accessed from www.rebcanada.ca

Log-in information is provided by the research assistant


Education

Education

The template provides educational resources for REB members

Educational resources can be found on the background and education pages

The information signs beside review questions trigger the relevant educational information for that subject


For reb reviewers

For REB Reviewers

Goal is to facilitate the creation of generalizable, consistent,

and reproducible reviews

3 main sections of the review: Protocol, Investigator’s Brochure,

and Informed Consent


Completing a review continued

Completing a Review continued

The review template is a series of questions designed to guide the reviewer through the review process

Various types of questions are asked, some require text answers, others are a simply check box

Based on the answer to specific questions, more questions appear where clarification is necessary


Completing a review continued1

Completing a Review continued

Reviews can be printed and saved as a PDF file

Every version of the review saved is time and date stamped

A review summary, including just the comments the reviewer selects, can also be printed and saved as a PDF file


Completing a review continued2

Completing a Review continued

Reviewers can select and alter who has access to their reviews

Other members of the committee can be given no access, read-only, or access to edit

Any comment made by another committee member will be headed with their name


For reb coordinators

For REB Coordinators

REB Coordinators have a different account on the template

Coordinators have access to members’ completed reviews

Coordinators may create meetings and assign the applications for review

All information is then relayed to the committee’s reviewers


Further information

Further Information

For more information on the web-based template and Infonetica follow the link below

http://www.infonetica.net/news.aspx?id=11


Acknowledgments

Acknowledgments

Principal Investigator: Heather Sampson

Co-Investigators: James Brierley, David Wiljer, Joyce Nyhof-Young, Laura Nash, Tony Panzarella, Donald Short, Ronald Heslegrave, Ross Upshur

Students: Alanna Saltpeter, Stephanie Shendale, Katharine Hues, Kate Malisani, Katie Gouinlock

Template Development and Support: Infonetica, Jon Bell

Funding: CIHR


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