NCB’s Research Ethics Advisory group (REAG) ensures our research is appropriately governed, of a high quality and of a high ethical standard.
NCB facilitates a Research Ethics Advisory Group (REAG) which can provide feedback on proposals for research involving children, young people and families. For researchers who are not based at academic institutions, it can often be a challenge to source an appropriate ethics governance framework for research. REAG, whilst not able to endorse research proposals, can review proposals and provide commentary and feedback from a range of both professional and personal perspectives.
Members of REAG include staff members from different teams at NCB as well as representatives from other voluntary sector organisation research teams, practitioners working with children and young people and parents.
REAG can usually provide feedback within a two-week timeframe.
For more information or to submit a proposal, please contact Dr Gayle Munro, Head of Research & Evidence, firstname.lastname@example.org