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nshd:dsctte [20/03/2018 @ 09:56]
adammoore [NSHD Data Sharing Committee]
nshd:dsctte [04/07/2019 @ 09:39] (current)
adammoore
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 All proposals are considered by members of the LHA/NSHD Data All proposals are considered by members of the LHA/NSHD Data
 Sharing Committee and by specialist reviewers if necessary. Proposals are considered by Sharing Committee and by specialist reviewers if necessary. Proposals are considered by
-the LHA/NSHD Data Sharing Committee on a monthly ​basis. ​+the LHA/NSHD Data Sharing Committee on a regular ​basis. ​
  
 As a general guideline, successful research proposals meet the following criteria: As a general guideline, successful research proposals meet the following criteria:
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 Receipt of your application will be notified using the email address you supplied. If you have Receipt of your application will be notified using the email address you supplied. If you have
 not received an electronic confirmation of your submission within 10 working days please not received an electronic confirmation of your submission within 10 working days please
-contact <mrclha.swiftinfo@ucl.ac.uk>+[[mrclha.swiftinfo@ucl.ac.uk|contact us]]. 
  
-The LHA/NSHD Data Sharing Committee meets once a month to assess all new applications+The LHA/NSHD Data Sharing Committee meets regularly ​to assess all new applications
 to use NSHD data. In normal circumstances a decision will be taken by the LHA/NSHD Data to use NSHD data. In normal circumstances a decision will be taken by the LHA/NSHD Data
-Sharing Committee within two months ​of receipt of the proposal, however this is dependent+Sharing Committee within two weeks of receipt of the proposal, however this is dependent
 upon the timing of the original proposal in relation to the meetings. Applicants will be upon the timing of the original proposal in relation to the meetings. Applicants will be
 notified by email if their application to use the data will be delayed beyond these time lines. notified by email if their application to use the data will be delayed beyond these time lines.
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 exhaustive. exhaustive.
   * Proposals that require access to a specialist database created by a key collaborator or have required significant investments in time by the study team   * Proposals that require access to a specialist database created by a key collaborator or have required significant investments in time by the study team
-  * Proposals that require access to sensitive data. Sensitive data include, but are not limited to, the cause and date of death of a study member, data on residential or emigration history, and medical and other information with small cell counts (e.g. some ICD hospital admissions, or childhood enuresis variables) +  * Proposals that require access to sensitive data. Sensitive data include, but are not limited to, the cause and date of death of a study member, data on residential or emigration history, cancer registration information or other data obtained from NHS Digital, and medical and other information with small cell counts (e.g. some ICD hospital admissions, or childhood enuresis variables) 
-  * Proposals requiring access to data or meta-data that have not yet been through vigorous quality ​assurances ​protocols in place and will require a significant amount of time to check and/or clean +  * Proposals requiring access to data or meta-data that have not yet been through vigorous quality ​assurance ​protocols in place and will require a significant amount of time to check and/or clean 
-  * Proposals requiring access to extensive biomedical data or that significantly overlap with the current scientific programmes of the NSHD study team+  * Proposals requiring access to extensive biomedical data
   * Proposals from researchers outside the UK   * Proposals from researchers outside the UK