The BCIT Research Ethics Board (REB) interprets and applies the institute’s Research Ethics for Human Participant Policy #6500, which is based on the Tri-Council Policy Statement: Ethical Conduct for Research Involving Humans (TCPS2).
Any research conducted at BCIT or undertaken by BCIT faculty, staff or students which involves human participants must be reviewed and approved by the Research Ethics Board. Submissions for review should be submitted to the REB using the appropriate guidelines and forms.
Research use of personal information by BCIT employees is subject to the BC Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) and BCIT Policy 6700 - Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy. For questions about use of personal information and compliance with FIPPA, please contact the Associate Director, Privacy, Records Management and Copyright.
BCIT REB Policies and Procedures:
- Policy: 6500 - Research Ethics for Human Participants [38 KB]
- Procedure: 6500-PR1 - Research Ethics for Human Participants [80 KB]
REB current reports: