The Community Mental Health Drug and Alcohol Research Network (CMHDARN) seeks to encourage researchers to participate in a peer-review process focusing on ethical issues in order to promote ethical conduct in practice-based research in mental health and alcohol and other drugs sectors. This process helps to improve the quality of research related to these sectors, which, in turn, makes the research more useful for CMHDARN’s members. CMHDARN will support the community-managed mental health and AOD sectors to both implement and demonstrate ethical research in their workplace.
The CMHDARN Research Ethics Consultation Committee (RECC) has been established to provide ethical guidance to researchers and research participants. The RECC provides a researchers’ forum for ongoing consultation and guidance in matters of ethics regarding human research enquiries within the mental health and alcohol and other drugs sectors.
The RECC can assist with all of the following:
The following are all eligible to receive ethical guidance from the RECC:
Read the CMHDARN RECC – Information for Applicants guide. Then, complete the Request for Ethical Research Consultation or the Request for CMHDARN, NADA and/or MHCC Promotion form and submit it to the CMHDARN Coordinator via email.
The CMHDARN RECC will meet to explore your application and then will provide feedback, ask questions and make recommendations.
For more information contact the CMHDARN Research Network Coordinator on firstname.lastname@example.org
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