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Conducting research at the Eye and Ear Hospital

To conduct a research project at the Eye and Ear you will need:

1. Ethical approval from a Human Research Ethics Committee

2. Obtain Research Governance Authorisation from the Eye and Ear

Before applying to the Eye and Ear Hospital HREC or Research Office, there are essential Eye and Ear Hospital site specific elements to understand to assist with your application and conducting your research project:

  • Protocol / Research design and data collection tools
  • Cochlear Implant Clinic Research Governance Steering Group approval for Cochlear Implant Clinic related projects
  • Involvement of Eye and Ear Hospital departments in research projects
  • Expert Reviews and Independent Reviews
  • Insurance and Indemnity
  • Signatures
  • Participant information and Consent Form
  • Streamlining Ethical Review Pathways
  • Research Governance Authorisation
  • HREC meeting dates and submission deadlines
  • Fees
  • Honorary appointments and credentialing procedures
  • Institutional affiliation in publications

Work through the information in the Eye and Ear Site Specific Information before completing and submitting your application.

If you believe you are knowledgable about the Eye and Ear Site Specific Information, follow the links below to access the relevant documentation:

  • New Applications
    • Low Risk Research
    • Greater than Low Risk Research
  • Post approval / authorisation project management
  • Forms Listing
  • Quick Links