On this page you will find uOttawa and other relevant guidelines for conducting research with humans. We also provide consent templates that can be adapted for your research project.

The Office of Research Ethics and Integrity has produced an internal guidelines document in order to help researchers navigate the REB process at the University of Ottawa. The guidelines therein are based on and complement the Tri-Council Policy Statement (2018) regulations as well as the University of Ottawa policies. The information in this document may not be inclusive and may be modified to address context-specific situations.

uOttawa research integrity policies and procedures

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Policy 115 - Responsible Conduct of Research

The purpose of this Policy is to confirm the University of Ottawa’s continued commitment to the highest standards of integrity in all aspects of Research, including seeking funding, conducting Research and reporting the results.

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Procedure 29-2 - Addressing Allegations of a Breach of Responsible Conduct of Research

The purposes of these Procedures are to establish minimum requirements for responsible conduct of Research, to define what constitutes a Breach of Responsible Conduct of Research and to establish a process for addressing an Allegation of a Breach of Responsible Conduct of Research.