10 medical and health research data Things is an opportunity to explore issues surrounding management of research data, specifically for people working with medical, clinical and health data.
This program was developed from the 23 (research data) Things program and the extensive ANDS resources and materials related to research data management and reuse.
Ready to repurpose: 10 medical and health research data Things
You can also download and print the 10 medical and health Things poster (PDF, 0.11 MB) listing all 10 Things.
In May 2017, ANDS will be hosting a series of three short 30 minutes lunchtime webinars which aim to support better management and publication of Health and Medical data.
The webinars will address commonly held concerns from within the health and medical research field around data publication:
- Funders and Publishers: What is being asked of researchers?
Tues 9 May, 12:30pm-1pm AEST Register
- Storing and Publishing Health and Medical Data: Where can I store my data during and after my research project?
Tues 16 May, 12:30pm-1pm AEST Register
- Ethics, Legal issues and data sharing: How can I obtain informed consent for sharing my data? What do I need to consider around storage, access, de-identification and plans for sharing? What laws impact upon the collection, handling and sharing of health and medical research data?
Tues 23 May, 12:30pm-1pm AEST Register
What's in 10 medical and health research data Things?
- Activity 1: What “research data” are we talking about?
- Activity 2: Data in the research lifecycle
- Activity 3: How data differs across disciplines
- Activity 1: Considerations in data management
- Activity 2: How do you manage “Big Data”?
- Activity 3: From analog to digital with eLab Notebooks
- Activity 1: Exploring repositories
- Activity 2: An introduction to ‘open’, ‘shared’ and ‘closed’ data
- Activity 3: Data sharing practices
- Activity 1: Sensitive data can be shared!
- Activity 2: De-identification of data
- Activity 3: Consent for data sharing
- Activity 1: Learn about new journal data policies
- Activity 2: Data sharing policies of major medical funders