- HRB CRCI membership is open to clinical research personnel working in hospitals, practices and academic research performing organisations (excluding industry) in Ireland. There are two types of membership: – (i) HRB CRCI standard membership (ii) HRB CRCI investigator membership.
- When you apply to become a HRBCI Member, you are asked to provide certain personal information. Applicants must confirm that all information furnished is true, accurate and complete. Applicants must also advise HRB CRCI if there is anything in their personal or professional background that makes them unsuitable to be a member of HRB CRCI,
- Applicants do not have an automatic entitlement to become a HRB CRCI membership and HRB CRCI may, at its sole discretion, elect to refuse requests to become a member (e.g. should a person not meet the eligibility criteria). HRB CRCI may also suspend, terminate or restrict membership at any time (e.g. should a person no longer meet the eligibility criteria or abide by the HRB CRCI terms of membership)
- Membership, once granted, is non-transferrable and continues until membership is cancelled by the member and/or HRB CRCI. You may cancel your membership at any time. Please do so in writing to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Members must comply with the HRB CRCI terms of membership and in the case of HRB CRCI investigators members participating in the HRB CRCI National Study Feasibility Programme, any confidential disclosure agreement (CDA) that may be required to be signed in order for confidential information to be disclosed to them. Non-compliance with the HRB CRCI Terms of Membership and/or the CDA may result in suspension, cancellation or restriction of membership and/or potential legal action by HRB CRCI and/or the third-party (e.g. sponsors).
- HRB CRCI reserves the right, at its sole discretion, to review and revise the HRB CRCI Terms of Membership. Advance notice will be given where possible.
If you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to contact the HRB CRCI team.