Human Research Ethics Committees (HRECs) review research proposals if their research involves humans. HRECs are established by organisations, which register their HREC with NHMRC.
An overview of HRECs, roles, requirements, and membership.
Registering or closing a HREC
How to register or close a HREC.
This section includes all forms required for registering or terminating an HREC and changing contact details of an HREC.
List of Human Research Ethics Committees registered with NHMRC
Information from Human Research Ethics Committee (HRECs) and their organisations is collected by the NHMRC through the process of HREC registration and through an annual reporting process.
HREC Annual Reporting to NHMRC
This section includes information about the HREC Annual Report Form; Privacy Reports to the Office of the Federal Privacy Commissioner and the Report on the Overview of Information Obtained From HRECs
Health Research Privacy Framework
The primary focus of AHEC with respect to privacy is in relation to research, balancing the need for the protection of personal privacy with the need to facilitate access to research data that will benefit the community.
Raising concerns about a research project or an HREC
How to raise concerns about a research project or an HREC.
Page last updated on 4 November 2014