Attention SWSLHD Researchers - REGIS at SWSLHD from 1 January 2019
The Office of Health and Medical Research (OHMR) has been working with eHealth to create an online submission process to manage ethics and site governance of health and medical research projects in NSW and ACT public health organisations (PHOs).
REGIS (Research Ethics and Governance Information System) has replaced Online Forms. Please submit all applications, amendments, annual reports, safety notifications, etc. in REGIS - https://regis.health.nsw.gov.au/
Quick Reference Guides (QRGs)
Quick Reference Guides (QRGs) for Research Applicants to assist you with how to complete applications, responding to a request for further information, etc., can be found at: https://regis.health.nsw.gov.au/how-to/
If you are experiencing IT issues with REGIS, please call the REGIS Helpdesk on 1300 073 447, or email email@example.com. The help desk is open Monday to Friday from 7 am to 7 pm (excluding public holidays). If you have any other issues with REGIS, or any questions, please contact the Research and Ethics Office of 8738 8304. We also note that if you would like information on training, resources, news, feedback on REGIS or general questions, you may also contact the REGIS team on firstname.lastname@example.org
What will REGIS change?
- REGIS will be a one stop shop for researchers. All Ethics and Governance applications will be submitted on REGIS electronically. This includes annual reports, amendments, SSI, SUSAR, protocol deviations, addition of investigators, etc.
- Signatures will be via electronic confirmation on the system.
- Most research project communication will be via REGIS.
- REGIS will prompt researchers to submit Annual Reports.
- You will be able to link your ORCID profile to REGIS so that you will no longer have to submit your CV.
- The Associate Investigator signatures are no longer required to sign the SSA. The Principal Investigator, the Head of Department, Head of Supporting Department and Data Provision sign off is still required (if relevant).
National Mutual Acceptance (NMA)?