Swansea University Medical School Research Ethics Governance Committee
The remit of the Swansea University Medical School Research Ethics and Governance Committee (REG Committee) is to provide a strategic overview of research ethics and governance issues within the Medical School and in relation to other Colleges and the University.
Swansea University Medical School Research Ethics Sub-Committee
The Medical School's Research Ethics Committee is a Sub-Committee of Swansea University's Research Ethics and Governance Committee.
The remit of the Medical School's Research Ethics Sub-Committee (RESC) is:
To ethically review all research on human participants and/or data which is not publicly available*.
*In respect of students, the term ‘research’ is given a broader definition to encompass service evaluation, where this concerns human participants.
(IMPORTANT - When conducting research outside the UK, ethical permissions should be sought locally as well as through the School's ethics committee).
Medical School Staff will: Provide ethical review for research on human participants and/or data which is not publicly available when no other system for formal ethical review is available.
- Research by staff which requires NHS research ethics scrutiny
- Research where no human subjects or personal data are accessed (such as a review of literature)
- Research using publicly available data.
- Personal reflective practice based work.
Your electronic submission should all be contained within 1 document and should be emailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org