Resources: Clinical Research Data Sharing
A report commissioned by NIH and other sponsors on promoting responsible access to participant level data.
A proposal from the editors of major medical journals across the world to make publication in their journals contingent on sharing de-identified, individual-level participant data from clinical trials with other researchers under certain parameters.
A joint agreement produced by pharmaceutical trade groups PhRMA and EFPIA, affirming the industry’s commitment to responsible data sharing.
This commentary discusses the benefits and risks of data sharing from the perspective of persons with experience in academic medicine, government, and medical publishing, as well as the pharmaceutical industry.
This article advocates for sharing the results of clinical trials as an important means for advancing medical knowledge and promoting health.
As more patient data from clinical trials is shared by sponsors and investigators, this article provides a suggested framework for broad sharing of participant-level data from clinical trials and related technical documents.
This paper reviews several aspects of the privacy-related problems associated with data sharing for clinical research from technical and policy perspectives.