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The Open Brain Consent: Informing research participants and obtaining consent to share brain imaging data

The Open Brain Consent: Informing research participants and obtaining consent to share brain imaging data

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We congratulate Working Group 2 with their paper ‘The Open Brain Consent: Informing research participants and obtaining consent to share brain imaging data’!

The Open Brain Consent is an international initiative providing brain imaging researchers information about data sharing options and tools. In this paper, a short history of this project is presented, as well as its latest developments. Additionally, pointers to consent forms and data sharing agreements are shared, including a template consent form that is compliant with the EU General Data Protection Regulation.

This paper has been accepted in Human Brain Mapping; the preprint can be found here.

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