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Protocol Submission

THERE ARE NO LONGER SUBMISSION DATES FOR REB PROTOCOLS. FOR MINIMAL RISK PROTOCOLS, YOU CAN SUBMIT THEM AT ANYTIME!!


"Have you completed the Tri-Council Policy Statement Online Tutorial???? Effective August 31, 2012, in order to submit a protocol, you must complete the TCPS2 Online Tutorial. A Certificate of Completion must be provided with your protocol submission." Please follow the link to log on and create an account http://tcps2core.ca/login. Please use your Nipissing e-mail address!!!

PLEASE NOTE: It is your responsibility as a researcher to become familiar with the Tri-Council Policy Statement - Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (2014)

IMPORTANT - MINIMAL RISK STUDIES: Minimal Risk studies will be eligible for Delegate Review and can be submitted at any time. Your submission does not need to correspond with an REB meeting. Please allow up to 4 weeks AFTER submission for the Research Ethics Board to respond with a decision. ​Please refer to the Delegated Review Process

Those studies that are deem to be More than Minimal Risk may require Full Board Review and must be submitted at least 2 weeks prior to an REB meeting listed. Please allow a minimum of 6 to 8 weeks after submission for the REB to respond with a decision.

All forms must be submitted through the ROMEO​ system.

REB will not review incomplete protocols. It is the responsibility of the applicant, and also of the faculty supervisor in the case of students, to submit protocols that are complete. If your protocol has any missing or incomplete information, it will be returned to you to complete prior to review.​​​

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