How disruptive is the HREA

Dr. Gordon McGurk of National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC), gave a talk at INORMS 2016 Business Breakfast about Ethics Review in Australia.

He discussed the efforts that NHMRC is undertaking to streamline ethics review. Part of that initiative is the new Human Research Ethics Application (HREA) form that replaces the outdated NEAF (National Ethics Application Form).

Download a copy below of Dr McGurk’s (Clinical Trials Director) presentation.

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