NHREC

AcronymDefinition
NHRECNew Hampshire Real Estate Commission
NHRECNational Health Research Ethics Committee (various locations)
NHRECNew Horizons Regional Education Center (Virginia)
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This study found that while HRECs followed guidelines from the NHREC with respect to protocol review, only one HREC met the requirement to monitor projects after approval.
[31] Furthermore, this regulation in the NHA is diametrically opposed to those in the NHREC ethical guidelines, which, for example, allow for independent consent by children in certain circumstances.
Section 72 of the NHA established the NHREC, which in terms of section 6 [7] must set norms and standards for conducting research on humans and animals, including norms and standards for conducting clinical trials.
Under the code, the NHREC is saddled with the responsibility of ensuring that communities engaged in research are protected from exploitation.
Subsequent to this incident, the National Health Research Ethics Committee (NHREC) was established in October 2005.
(The National Health Research Ethics Council (NHREC) issued separate guidelines in 2011 on the role of community advisory groups in health research ethics and how communities should be engaged in research.)
[7] It was also supported by the National Health Research Ethics Council (NHREC) and approved for inclusion into the national DoH research ethics guidelines (Communication from NHREC to Wits HREC Chair, 20 June 2013).
A statement from the National Health Research Ethics Council (NHREC) Chairperson Professor D du Toit informs all stakeholders that s71 of the National Health Act was proclaimed with effect from 1 March 2012.
* sections 69 and 70 require the National Health Research Ethics Council (NHREC) to determine the health-research priorities for public sector or state-funded research
(4) The NHREC is quite clear when it comes to consent for children participating in research.
* monitoring and enforcement mechanisms administered by statutory institutions such as the Medicines Control Council (MCC), research ethics committees (RECs), the National Health Research Ethics Council (NHREC), professional councils and the courts.