HREC

AcronymDefinition
HRECHuman Research Ethics Committee (Australia)
HRECHospitality Real Estate Counselors
HRECHealth Record
HRECHindustan Renewable Energy Consultancy (India)
HRECHistorical Recognized Environmental Condition
HRECHunt Real Estate Corporation
HRECHaringey Race Equality Council (UK local government)
HRECHuman Retinal Microvascular Endothelial Cell
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The same year also saw the appointment of a new chairman and new HREC administrator.
It may be argued that the HREC is not a separate legal entity and hence is unable to enter into such an agreement.
The study was approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) of Northern Territory Department of Health and Menzies School of Health, the Central Australian HREC, the South Eastern Sydney Local Health District HREC, the Queensland Children's Health Services District HREC, and the University of Queensland HREC.
Permission to conduct the study was obtained from the Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences and the Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC), University of the Witwatersrand (Wits) (ref.
At Hopland Research and Extension Center (HREC), researcher Lindsey Hendricks-Franco, a doctoral candidate in integrative biology at UC Berkeley, is investigating the postfire nitrogen cycling roles played by ephemeral herbaceous plants such as whisperingbells (Emmenanthe penduliflora) and Brewer's redmaids (Calandrinia breweri) and by herbivores -- black-tailed deer, rodents and rabbits.
Ethics clearance was granted by University of Melbourne HREC in 2011.
The study was approved by the Human Research Ethics Committee of the University of Cape Town (HREC REF 308/2010).
In accordance with advice from the Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC), the above project was compliant with the NHMRC guidance "ethical considerations in quality assurance and evaluation activities" and therefore was not recommended for HREC review (HREC/15/QRBW/122).
This paper evolved from a review of the nursing literature on the ethics of research with vulnerable populations undertaken by one of the authors (SC) in preparation for an ethics application to an Australian human research ethics committee (HREC).
The study was approved by Institutional 'Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC)', C U Shah Medical College & Hospital, Surendranagar.
However, while the Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) system and values and ethics guidelines are valuable tools, concerns have been raised (Humphery 2002) that HRECs are not across all phases of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander research.