Have your say on how data is used in research (Belfast)

31st July 2023

Location: Ulster University York Street Belfast BT15 1ED

What will the session be about?

We want to make safe, secure data access for research easier.

This project (called SATRE) is looking at how to improve consistency between Trusted Research Environments across the UK.

Trusted Research Environments (TREs) are secure places where sensitive data is stored safely and made available for research.

Only authorised projects and researchers have access to sensitive data inside a TRE, which minimises the risk of data being exposed or accessed by the wrong people.

What will happen during the event?

There will be a short presentation at the start to introduce the topics with an opportunity to ask questions. There will then have a discussion about how data is held and used in research. The session is 2 hours.

There will be tea and coffee during the sessions.

Who can attend?

If you are over the age of 18 then SATRE we would like to hear from you! They want to talk to a wide range of people and welcome anyone to register, particularly from people who have not taken part in anything like this before.

You do not need to know anything about the topic in advance, all information will be provided.

If you need any additional support to take part please let SATRE know.

Who is running the event?

This workshop is being hosted by University of Dundee, Ulster University, University College London, The Alan Turing Institute and Research Data Scotland. More information can be found https://medium.com/satre.

How will I be paid?

All participants will receive a £50 Love2Shop voucher on the day

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