Tagged: guest post

Genomic data sharing: How much oversight is necessary

This is a guest blog post by Mahsa Shabani, LL.B., LL.M., MA., a PhD Candidate at the Center for Biomedical Ethics and Law, University of Leuven. Her research interests revolve around ethical, legal and social aspects of genetics...

What is so great about ICD -10?

This is a guest post about ICD -10 by Laura O’Donnell who writes on behalf of EHR, electronic health record experts at OmniMD. As of October 1, 2015 the International Statistical Classification of Diseases and...

Why we should stop talking about data sharing

This is a guest post by Barbara Prainsack. Barbara Prainsack is a Professor at the Department of Social Science, Health & Medicine at King’s College London. She has published widely on social, ethical and...

The key elements of good data sharing practice

This is a guest post by Wellcome Trust. Originally published on blog.wellcome.ac.uk   The Wellcome Trust is a leading partner in the Public Health Research Data Forum, which brings together research funders who are committed to increasing...

Information management: to federate or not to federate

This is a guest post by Yasmin Alam-Faruque, member of Eagle Genomics’ Biocuration team. Originally published on eaglegenomics.com Information management is a key organisational activity that concerns the acquisition, organisation, cataloguing and structuring of information from...

How research data sharing can save lives

This is a guest post by Trish Groves, head of research at The BMJ.  Originally published on BMJ.com website.   Everyone’s been missing a trick. The whole debate on sharing clinical study data has focused on transparency, reproducibility,...