2010 Tijdrovend en duur?

Should good epidemiologic practice always be
expensive and time-consuming?
COREON session at the WEON 2010
Friday June 11, 9u-10.30u

Voorzitter: Prof. Dr. Gerhard Zielhuis, UMCN

As epidemiologists we have to deal with privacy-sensitive procedures and data in almost all our research. Several epidemiologic departments and the GGD have developed protocols for Good Epidemiologic Practice (GEP). These protocols regulate topics like how to handle name-address information, how to manage access to data files, how to guarantee safety of data handling and storage, when is a Trusted Third Party needed etc. The question is to what extent expectations can be fulfilled by these protocols. Do they really improve the privacy protection of our study participants? How can it be prevented that GEP regulations either cost a disproportionate part of our research budget or are not observed? What are the main issues that should be settled in a GEP protocol and how might they be regulated?

Speakers:

09.00 – 09.15 uur: Experiences with the EMGO+ Quality system 
Michel Paardekooper, PhD, EMGO+ Institute for Health and Care research VUmc

Download hier de presentatie van M.Paardekooper (pdf 449KB)

09.15 – 09.30 uur: Experiences with the AMC research code
Karien Stronks, PhD, Department of Public Health, AMC

Download hier de presentatie van K.Stronks (pdf 8,2 kb)

09.30 – 09.45 uur: GEP at the GGD; from theory to practice
Paul Mertens, PhD, GGD Rotterdam-Rijnmond & MGZ, Erasmus Universiteit, Rotterdam

* Deze presentatie is niet doorgegaan!

09.45 – 10.00 uur: Good Epidemiology Research Practice: are all research projects within the legal framework?
Jos van Dijck, PhD, Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics, UMCN

Download hier de presentatie van J.van Dijck (pdf 941KB)

10.00 – 10.30 uur: Forum Discussion

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