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Data Sharing: What Every Investigator Needs to Know
June 18 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
The push towards open access to data is among the most complicated and challenging publication issues of all. A growing number of funding agencies and journals require data sharing. However, it is often not clear what, how, where, when and for how long data should/must be shared. As a result, next month we’re hosting a seminar designed to explain strategies and best practices for meeting funder and publisher policies, protecting data confidentiality, choosing a repository, preparing data for sharing, and increasing data discovery.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions and share examples; if you want to be sure your specific circumstances are covered, please feel free to send them in advance to Young-Joo at email@example.com.
Data Sharing: IRB and Ethical Concerns
Joan B. Cobb Pettit, JD, MA
Executive Director, Institutional Review Board, JHSPH
Open Data Sharing and Human Subjects Research: Global Health and Informatics Perspectives
Edward Bunker, MPH, MS
Associate, Department of International Health, JHSPH
Data Availability: Advancing Data Sharing through Simplifying the Data Availability Reporting Workflow
Vice President, Publisher
American Society of Clinical Oncology
Publishing, Finding & Giving Credit to Research Data: Looking Close, Looking Ahead
Young-Joo Lee, MS, MA
Welch Medical Library, JHMI