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WG2 Hackathon

WG2 Hackathon

The GliMR working group 2 has joined forces with the Open brain consent to create a GDPR compliant template for patient information and consent, as well as a data user agreement that can be used in your local data repositories.
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The GliMR working group 2 has joined forces with the Open brain consent https://open-brain-consent.readthedocs.io/en/stable/ to create a GDPR compliant template for patient information and consent, as well as a data user agreement that can be used in your local data repositories

The workshop took place on November 27, 2019 at the COST Association in Brussels. GliMR participants included Dr Pernet Cyril (WG2 co-chair), Dr Katsaros Vasilis, Dr Mutsaerts Henk-Jan, Dr Benedetta Pizzini Francesca and Dr Barker Gareth. They were joined by Dr Heunis Stephan, Dr Herholz Peer, Dr Oostenveld Robert, who have been working on the Open Brain Consent, and by Mr Broeckx Nils, who is a lawyer, specialized in GDPR-related issues. After morning presentations and discussions, the afternoon was dedicated in preparing the templates – now available on-line temporarily @ https://github.com/CPernet/open-brain-consent/tree/GLiMR-workshop and to be merged on the open brain consent main website. By doing so, we will not only have the means to share data within GliMR and beyond, but we also participate in an international project, boosting data sharing for neuroimaging at large.

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