Data sharing platforms for de-identified data from human clinical trials

  title={Data sharing platforms for de-identified data from human clinical trials},
  author={Vojtech Huser and Dikla Shmueli-Blumberg},
  journal={Clinical Trials},
  pages={413 - 423}
  • Vojtech Huser, Dikla Shmueli-Blumberg
  • Published 2018
  • Computer Science, Medicine
  • Clinical Trials
  • Data sharing of de-identified individual participant data is being adopted by an increasing number of sponsors of human clinical trials. In addition to standardizing data syntax for shared trial data, semantic integration of various data elements is the focus of several initiatives that define research common data elements. This perspective article, in the first part, compares several data sharing platforms for de-identified clinical research data in terms of their size, policies and supported… CONTINUE READING
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