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HRC Resource Library

Our research and funding documents contain support and reference information for applicants applying for funding, as well as background information for referees and committee members.

  • Pacific Health Research Guidelines 2014

    Pacific Health Research
    The following guidelines build on the principles outlined in the HRC’s Guidelines on Pacific Health Research (2005), and address some of the fundamental issues relating to contemporary Pacific health research.
  • Pacific Health Research Guidelines 2014

    Ethics reference documents
    The following guidelines build on the principles outlined in the HRC’s Guidelines on Pacific Health Research (2005), and address some of the fundamental issues relating to contemporary Pacific health research in an evolving global environment.
  • HRC Guidelines for Approval of Ethics Committees

    Ethics reference documents
    This document sets out the requirements of ethics committees and their governing bodies when gaining approval from the HRC Ethics Committee (HRCEC).
  • Whaia te Ara Rangahau Hauora Māori - Pathways for Māori Health Research

    Maori Health Research
    This publication provides an overview of the HRC’s activities in Māori health research, and information on the various forms of funding available including career development awards.
  • Te Ara Tika Guidelines for Maori Research Ethics

    Maori Health Research
    This document outlines a framework for addressing Māori ethical issues within the context of decision-making by ethics committee members.
  • Guidelines for Researchers on Health Research involving Māori

    Maori Health Research
    These Guidelines intend to assist researchers undertaking biomedical, public health or clinical research involving Māori participants or research on issues relevant to Māori health.
  • Guidelines for Researchers on Health Research Involving Māori 2010

    Ethics reference documents
    The HRC's Māori Health Committee has produced these guidelines to assist researchers who intend undertaking biomedical, public health or clinical research involving Māori participants or research on issues relevant to Māori health.
  • GTAC Guidelines Xenotransplantation

    Ethics reference documents

    This document outlines the approval steps and guidelines for clinical trials involving xenotransplantation in humans.

  • Example of Data Monitoring Committee closed report

    Ethics reference documents
    This is an example of a closed meeting Data Monitoring Committee report that contains software generated results.This report uses a random sample of safety data from a randomised clinical trial.
  • Example of Data Monitoring Committee open report

    Ethics reference documents
    This is an example of an open meeting Data Monitoring Committee report that contains software generated results. This report uses a random sample of data from a randomised clinical trial.