Brown Bag Canceled - Nov. 26th
There will be NO Brown Bag session on Thursday, Nov. 26, 2015. Please contact Sarah Bennett (778-782-3447 or firstname.lastname@example.org) for alternate arrangements.
Local and International Policies
Visit our Policies & Guidelines page for our updated list of policies and research regulations from British Columbia, Canada, and the United States.
Study Submission Deadlines for Full Board Applications
See submission deadlines for Full Board Review applications in 2015. These only apply to applications that require Full Board review.
Human Ethics Requirements Checklist for Graduate Students
The ORE has created a ‘Human Ethics Requirements Checklist for Graduate Students’ to help them identify when they need research ethics review. This document is available here.
Changes in FluidSurvey
FluidSurveys recently announced that they have been acquired by SurveyMonkey and are currently updating their Terms of Service and Read More
A Must-Read for Health Sciences Researchers
The CIHR Ethics Office Education Workbook delves into ethical research issues beyond understanding policies and laws in the health sciences. It both explains the topics and invites closer examination through case studies.
Completion of Studies
Unsure of when to close your research study? Please refer to the new Completion of Study Guideline on our Ethics Forms page for more information on when, and how, to close your study.
Amendment Submissions for Thesis Title Changes NOT REQUIRED
The Office of Research Ethics in consultation with the Office of the Dean of Graduate Studies and The Library Thesis Office Read More
New Anti-spam legislation and research activities at SFU
Canada’s new federal anti-spamming legislation (CASL) went into effect on July 1st, 2014. Read More
Brown Bag Sessions
Have a question about your research ethics application? One day each month we hold Brown Bag sessions to answer your questions. See the upcoming dates and our events calendar below!
*Note that dates are subject to change depending on availability.