Sensitive Data Panel 1: Non-Clinical Human Data
As a way to illustrate Research Data Management (RDM) in practice, this session will feature a panel of those who support researchers working with sensitive data, with a particular focus on non-clinical human data. The session will contain a series of guided questions for the panel, lead by a moderator, to illustrate multiple perspectives of how to best work with sensitive data to avoid unanticipated headaches and pitfalls. Audience questions will be encouraged throughout, so please bring questions if you have any!
Presenter: Nick Rochlin
Panelists: Luc Letarte, Marjorie Mitchell, Wendy Bond
Luc Letarte is a Sensitive Research Specialist with UBC Advanced Research Computing. Since joining UBC, he has been involved with different groups to promote cybersecurity and privacy awareness, as well as good practices for research, and research data management. The diversity of his past experiences, in the public and private sector, allowed him to acquire expertise in information technology, business processes, and risk management. Luc is also a Certified Information Privacy Professional, who specializes in governance and compliance for research in Canada.
Marjorie Mitchell is the Copyright, Scholarly Communications and Research Data Management Librarian at the University of British Columbia, Okanagan Campus. She is a contributor to the Portage Canadian RDM Survey Consortium starting in 2015. As a co-applicant on the SSHRC-funded SpokenWeb partnership, she brings research data management skills to this exciting team working with historic Canadian literary audio recordings. She attempts to fulfill many stereotypes by wearing glasses, knitting, being technologically savvy, and owning a cat. She does not wear her hair in a bun.
Wendy Bond works in the Office of Research Ethics with a focus on compliance issues, research ethics communications and First Nations and Indigenous research ethics support. She brings her background in project management, process design and instructional writing to support researchers in navigating through behavioural research ethics challenges.
This workshop is part of the RDM Fall Series 2021.
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- Tuesday, October 5, 2021
- 10:00am - 11:30am