This is NZ Online Forms which has been superseded by Ethics RM.
The online platform for Health and Disability Ethics Committees (HDECs) and the Standing Committee on Therapeutic Trials (SCOTT) has been upgraded to Ethics RM. This is available from 1st September 2021 at https://nz.forms.ethicalreviewmanager.com/
Where is your study?
ETHICS RM is used for HDEC and SCOTT applications. If your submitted application/s have been uploaded to HDEC and SCOTT Research Ethics Database (RED) systems they will be available in your Ethics RM account from 1st September 2021.
How do you login?
If your submitted application/s have been uploaded to RED your existing Online Forms email login and password will work in Ethics RM. YOU DO NOT NEED TO CREATE A NEW ACCOUNT. The password can be reset if you have forgotten it. Your email address can be updated if required.
Your study documents
The data migration from Online Forms to Ethics RM is a process involving two weekends. The first weekend migrated all ETHICS RM study data and meta data. This will allow you to see all of your study documents from 1st September 2021. However, you cannot open the supporting documents until after the second weekend. From 8th September 2021 you will be able to open all supporting documents.
What happens to applications that were started in Online Forms but not yet submitted?
Online Forms will remain live until the end of November 2021. If you wish to keep your work you can print the form or save it as a PDF. You can also cut and paste from Online Forms into Ethics RM. However, the application form is changing so not all questions can be answered in the same way in the new form.
Training and Help
Two ETHICS RM training videos that go through most processes are available here: https://youtu.be/0QdYTCioDUo and https://youtu.be/SxxOQVz0HMk
Help is also available in the Frequently Asked Questions section of the Help dropdown at the top of the screen in NZ Ethics RM Forms
Contact details for HDEC and for technical support are available in the Help, Contact Information section.