The ICGP Research Ethics Committee was granted formal recognition on 17th May 2005. It reviews both clinical and non-clinical trials.
Chair: Dr. Kieran Doran
Administrator: Sally-Anne O'Neill, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Research Ethics Committee has adopted the following two basic statements as a guide:
The Ethics Committee is constituted according to the International Conference on Harmonisation/Good Clinical Practice (ICH GCP) guidelines & the Clinical Trials Act 1987 (amended 1990). This Ethics Committee operates to the standards laid down in the ICH GCP guidelines published 1997 and implemented January 1998.
ICGP Research Ethics Committee Checklist and Application Form » read more
Please submit your application, including all documentation, in typescript in single bound form (double sided) x 3 copies to Sally-Anne O'Neill, Research Administrator, ICGP, 4-5 Lincoln Place, Dublin 2, three weeks prior to the meeting. In addition, please email a copy of the full application to Sally-Anne O'Neill :email@example.com. Within a week of » read more
In order to facilitate trainee research project timelines and requirements, the ICGP has a fast track process for the ethical review of trainee projects. » read more
Report from the "Human Genome - the Research Ethics Dimension" Conference held at the Conrad Hotel, Dublin on 27th February 2002. » read more
Summary of report from the "Human Genome - the Research Ethics Dimension" Conference held at the Conrad Hotel, Dublin on 27th February 2002. » read more
The CITI International Training Platform is a public access providing basic, foundational information for researchers, research staff and research ethics committee members involved in international research. » read more
See Part 3 for information relevant to research » read more
In response to queries raised by a number of the training programmes to the ICGP Research Ethics Committee and requests from some programme teams, this document was compiled to facilitate understanding. » read more
Objective: To ensure that the content of the clinical trial documentation is relevant and accurate, the submissions are prepared and progressed in a consistent manner, and are subject to appropriate ethical review and approval procedures. » read more