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Using JHM Data For Research: Everything I wanted to Know about the Data Trust (but was afraid to ask)

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Using JHM Data For Research: Everything I wanted to Know about the Data Trust (but was afraid to ask)

Date/Time:
Wed. Jan 15, 2020 12:00pm - 1:30pm
Location:
SON 10-Pinkard Bldg Johns Hopkins University
School of Nursing
525 N. Wolfe Street
Baltimore, MD 21205
410-955-7548 View Map Link
Details:

Researchers are often puzzled as to why a project is referred for Data Trust review and what best practices can avoid such a review. This session will help you navigate Data Trust reviews, reduce risks to patient data, and implement best practices for data management using enterprise resources. Best of all, implementing these practices may streamline the IRB review process.

Valerie Smothers is the Data Trust Administrator for Johns Hopkins Medicine. She provides leadership in the development of data governance policies, processes, and infrastructure for use across Johns Hopkins Medicine and coordinates across 9 Data Trust Analytic Teams and approximately 200 data analysts. Working with faculty and operational leaders, she manages data governance processes to review the use of Johns Hopkins Medicine Data for research and quality improvement and serves as the point person for data governance operational issues. She contributes to programs for business intelligence workforce development and data literacy programs for management.

Please RSVP to the OSI to assist with catering

This workshop will be recorded and livestreamed via Zoom. Link will be sent closer to day of the event

Please consider bringing your reusable plates, cups, cutlery to help us reduce our waste

Contact:
OSI SON-Innovation@jhu.edu 410-502-3685
Sponsor:
OSI