eReviews: An online submission system for research ethics review

What is eReviews?

eReviews is a Web-based platform that allows faculty and student researchers to submit ethics review requests to the Research Ethics Boards (REBs) and to store all of their projects’ ethics information in one convenient location.

Fill out REB forms, respond to REB feedback, view your application status at all times and track ethics approval dates in a few easy steps with this user-friendly tool.

Please note that as of May 1, 2018, all new applications must be submitted via eReviews — paper applications will no longer be accepted.

Supported browsers: Chrome and Firefox

Access eReviews now!

  • To create an account, click on “Create a New Account” (under the “Sign In” button)
  • User name = letters and numbers that precede "@uottawa.ca"
  • Password = Same as your uOttawa uoAccess / email account
  • See the User Guide (below) for more information.
  • Please contact x6555 for any issues with uOttawa accounts

If you do not have a uOttawa email address:

  • To create an account, click on “Create a New Account”(under the “Sign In” button).
  • Select the option “You don’t have a uOttawa username/password”.
  • Fill out the form and submit your information.
  • Note: You will not be able to access eReviews immediately. Before access is granted, your account must first be approved by uOttawa. You will receive an email confirmation once your account is validated.
  • See the User Guide (below) for more information.

Information sessions and tools

User Guide – complete version

  • Creating and managing your account
  • Submitting initial and ongoing requests for your project
  • Researcher Dashboard and Project Overview
  • Glossary

Visit the Submission Process page for details on which projects require ethics review, who needs to submit for review, tips for completing the form and other process-related information.

Visit the Forms page to access ongoing review forms for projects that were initially submitted in paper format, and those related to course-based research.

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