Ryan Shave, Senior Policy Officer
Research Development Unit, Department of Health
P: 08 9222 6413
Persons who are employed by WA Health may seek advice from Legal & Legislative Services. Requests for advice must be initiated by completing and submitting the 'Request for Advice' form - http://intranet.health.wa.gov.au/LLSD/home/request.cfm
For enquires relating to ethical review, find contacts and links to WA Health Ethics Offices below. WA Health Ethics Office's websites provide information on local standard operating procedures.
Coronial Ethics Committee WA
Coroner's Court of WALevel 10 Central Law Courts501 Hay Street
PERTH WA 6000P: 9425 2918E: firstname.lastname@example.org
All human research projects that require access to coronial samples, data or information must be referred to the Coronial Ethics Committee WA. For further information refer to the WA Specific Module.
Western Australian Aboriginal Health Ethics Committee
2 Bulwer Street
PERTH WA 6000E: email@example.com
Approval by the WA Aboriginal Health Ethics Committee (WAAHEC) is required before you may conduct health and medical research if Aboriginality is a key determinant or explicitly directed at Aboriginal people. For further information refer to the WA Specific Module.
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Western Australian Human Research Ethics Committees registered with the NHMRC.
For enquires relating to site authorisation, find contacts and links to WA Health Research Governance (RG) Offices below. WA Health
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