The objective of the National Approach to Single Ethical Review of Multi-centre Research (National Approach) formally known as the Harmonisation of Multi-Centre Ethical Review (HoMER) is to enable the recognition of a single ethical and scientific review of multi-centre human research within and/or across Australian jurisdictions.
Human Research Ethics Portal
The Human Research Ethics Portal contains information on the National Approach including links to relevant information for researchers, HREC members, and institutional staff and administrators.
Current information on the National Approach can be found at http://hrep.nhmrc.gov.au
Listed below are a number of historical documents that informed the development of HoMER:
- Indemnity and insurance Q&As
- Towards timely, efficient and effective ethical review of multi-centre clinical trials (PDF, 210KB)
- A streamlined national approach to scientific and ethics review of multi-centre health and medical research in Australia: Issues and Options (PDF, 670KB)
- Streamlining scientific and ethics review of multi-centre health and medical research in Australia (PDF, 343KB)
Page last updated on 15 July 2015