NIH Releases New Policy for Data Management and SharingPosted By: David Kennedy - Nov 20, 2020
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[reposted from NIH Extramural Nexus (NIH/OD) <ExtramuralNexus@mail.nih.gov>]
NIH Releases New Policy for Data Management and Sharing
Guest blog by Carrie Wolinetz (https://nexus.od.nih.gov/all/author/carr...)
Nearly twenty years after the publication of the Final NIH Statement on Sharing Research Data in 2003, we have released a Final NIH Policy for Data Management and Sharing. This represents the agency’s continued commitment to share and make broadly available the results of publicly funded biomedical research. We hope it will be a critical step in moving towards a culture change, in which data management and sharing is seen as integral to the conduct of research. Responsible data management and sharing is good for science; it maximizes availability of data to the best and brightest minds, underlies reproducibility, honors the participation of human participants by ensuring their data is both protected and fully utilized, and provides an element of transparency to ensure public trust and accountability. Continue reading → https://nexus.od.nih.gov/all/2020/10/29/...