Each of our Committees are supported by a core group of dedicated community, legal and pastoral care representatives. Science/medical and ‘professional care’ representatives are drawn from a pool of experts on a meeting by meeting basis. This ensures the right expertise is present at each meeting.
Our Committees also usually exceed the minimum membership requirements as described by the National Statement on Ethical Conduct in Human Research (2007) (National Statement 92007). Bellberry Committees generally increase members in both the (c) and (f) categories (as defined by the National Statement) at any given meeting. Phase I studies are given special consideration including review by a pharmacologist or toxicologist.
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