Central University Research Ethics Committee (CUREC)
You are invited to complete our short CUREC website survey (closing date 31 Oct 2016), which will inform work on our new website.
Human Participants in Research
The University is committed to ensuring that its research activities involving human participants are conducted in a way which respects the dignity, rights, and welfare of participants, and which minimises risk to participants, researchers, third parties, and to the University itself.
In accordance with its policy on research involving human participants and personal data, the University requires that all such research be subject to appropriate ethical review.
The Central University Research Ethics Committee (CUREC) has overall responsibility for the development of this policy and for the University’s ethical review process. Below is more information about CUREC and the CUREC application process as well as related training and resources available to University researchers.
Information about which committee to apply to, and latest CUREC forms
Procedures, Informed Consent templates, Best Practice Guidance
Structure of University committees
Online and in-house training