Article | December 19, 2023

NIH 2023 Data Management And Sharing Policy: What You Need To Know

Source: Advarra

By Emily Eldh, CIP, Senior Director of Compliance Programs and Luke Gelinas, PhD, IRB Chairperson

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In a dedicated move to hasten the dissemination of biomedical research findings, the National Institutes of Health (NIH) officially implemented its Data Management and Sharing (DMS) policy on January 25, 2023. This policy represents a foundational initiative aimed at advancing the "translation of research results into knowledge, products, and procedures to improve human health."

While the NIH's commitment to data sharing is not new, the recent implementation solidifies and updates principles established two decades ago. The NIH had previously issued a policy statement on sharing research data, affirming their enduring support for the public dissemination of research data funded by the NIH. This early policy statement underscored the importance of reusing scientific data and ensuring accessibility to high-value datasets, fostering their utilization in subsequent research endeavors.

Uncover how this finalized DMS policy aligns with this historical commitment, emphasizing the NIH's ongoing dedication to transparency, collaboration, and the rapid transformation of research outcomes into tangible advancements for the betterment of human health.

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