Wednesday, March 20, 2019
NIH Workshop on Trustworthy Data Repositories for Biomedical Sciences
NIH workshop (April 8 and 9, 2019) to introduce the concepts of trust principles for data repositories.
The NIH Data Science Strategic Plan aims to modernize the ecosystem of biomedical data repositories. This workshop will introduce the concepts of trust principles for data repositories, which address management aspects of data repositories. The workshop will introduce the CoreTrustSeal Core Trustworthy Data Repositories Requirements (an emerging, international, community-based standard) to evaluate the management of data repository operations in biomedical sciences.
Workshop speakers include advocates for using Trustworthiness Standards to support data sharing and data transparency (including CoreTrustSeal board members) and representatives from biomedical data repositories that already have trustworthiness certification. The targeted audiences are key data repository management personnel and NIH Program, Scientific Review and Policy Staff who work with data repository related programs.
The in-person workshop is an invitation-only event due to limited space, and part of the workshop will be provided by webinar to those are interested in the workshop.
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