WorkshopData Archiving for Rehabilitation Research and Related Clinical Trials

DATE: May 22, 2019
TIME: 8:00AM - 3:00PM; Breakfast & working lunch provided
LOCATION: University of Florida (Gainesville) Clinical and Translational Research Building (CTRB) Room 3161/316 View campus map

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  • Kenneth J. Ottenbacher, PhD, OTR, Professor & Director, Division of Rehabilitation Sciences UTMB
  • Shane Redman, MA, Data Project Manager Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR) University of Michigan
  • Amol Karmarkar, PhD, MPH, Associate Professor, Division of Rehabilitation Sciences UTMB
  • Linda Tickle-Degnen, PhD, OT, FAOTA, Professor, Occupational Therapy Tufts University

CLDR is sponsoring a free, single-day workshop for those interested or actively engaged in preparing data, including clinical trial data, for sharing and reuse among rehabilitation and disability outcomes researchers.

Maximum of 25 participants. Registration is now full!

Please note that participants are strongly encouraged to provide their own personal laptop computer.

What is data curation? This free workshop is for any individual interested or actively engaged in preparing data, including clinical trial data, for sharing and reuse among those involved in rehabilitation and disability outcomes research. Data curation includes the steps taken to ensure that secondary users long into the future can use research data. Increasingly, federal agencies are asking researchers and projects they fund to ensure the data produced are accessible to others. This workshop will provide practical training for how best to accomplish this goal.

Workshop participants will learn how to plan, review, clean, document, and disseminate data, including clinical trial data and data containing disclosure risks. Workshop participants can expect to leave with knowledge and experience of how to plan, assess, improve, and disseminate data for long-term preservation and access. Individuals who have collected or plan to collect their own data will benefit most from this workshop.

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The CLDR is funded by the National Institutes of Health (grant# P2CHD065702). See About Us for more details.

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