Australian Sensitive Data Interest Group Meeting 25: Developing a National Data Sharing Statement with CT:IQ InFORMed

Join this meeting to learn about the CT:IQ InFORMed project and discuss the development of a National Data Sharing Statement.
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About the Event

We’re pleased to announce the 25th meeting of the Australian Sensitive Data Interest Group (AUSDIG). AUSDIG provides an opportunity for anyone interested in discussing the challenges and strategies for managing sensitive data.

This presentation will introduce attendees to the CT:IQ InFORMed project, which is developing a concise, consumer-centred Participant Information Sheet and Consent Form for participation in health and medical research. As part of this project, CT:IQ partnered with the ARDC Health Studies Australian National Data Asset (HeSANDA) program to develop a National Data Sharing Statement. The presentation will canvas some of the key issues that arose in developing this statement, the positions adopted in the beta-testing version, and opportunities to provide feedback.


Dr Lisa Eckstein is the CT:IQ Programme Director and holds an adjunct appointment as Senior Lecturer in the Faculty of Law at the University of Tasmania. Her area of specialisation is ethical and legal issues associated with medical research, with a focus on clinical trials and innovative technology. Lisa has previously completed a Doctor of Juridical Science at Georgetown University Law Centre and a post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Bioethics at the National Institutes of Health.


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