Ten (not so) simple rules for clinical trial data-sharing

« Clinical trial data-sharing is seen as an imperative for research integrity and is becoming increasingly encouraged or even required by funders, journals, and other stakeholders. However, early experiences with data-sharing have been disappointing because they are not always conducted properly. Health data is indeed sensitive and not always easy to share in a responsible way. We propose 10 rules for researchers wishing to share their data. These rules cover the majority of elements to be considered in order to start the commendable process of clinical trial data-sharing: (…) »

source > journals.plos.org, Pellen C, Le Louarn A, Spurrier-Bernard G, Decullier E, Chre ́tien J-M, Rosenthal E, et al. (2023) Ten (not so) simple rules for clinical trial data-sharing. PLoS Comput Biol 19(3): e1010879. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pcbi.1010879