research ethics committee


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research ethics committee

A committee found in all institutions that conduct research on living organisms, and from which all research on human tissue must be approved. RECs have lay and professional member and are overseen by National Research Ethics Service, which is part of the NHS National Patient Safety Committee

REC Remit
Protect the dignity, rights, safety and well-being of all actual and potential research participants.
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All studies will be approved by an appropriate Research Ethics Committee.

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