A Data Use Agreement (DUA) is a contractual document used for the transfer of data developed by non-profit organizations, public administrations or the private sector when the data is not public or is subject to certain restrictions on its use. Often, this data is an integral part of a research project and can be data from a clinical trial or a limited set of data depending on the HIPC or not. The BU will want to ensure that the terms of the DUA protect confidentiality where necessary, but will allow for the proper publication and dissemination of research results, in accordance with university guidelines, applicable laws and regulations, and federal requirements. AEDs are similar to confidentiality agreements in that they limit the use and disclosure of the dataset and, in some cases, a CDA format can be used as a starting point for creating a suitable DUA for data transmission. A typical application for a clinical trials agreement shall be made in the following way: this Agreement and any dispute or claim arising out of or related to it shall be governed by the law of England. defining the permitted uses and advertisements of the limited data set; If the terms of the SRA have been concluded by a member of the industrial contract team, the agreement will be circulated for signature. Once the agreement is fully executed (signed by all parties), a PDF copy will be made available to the IP. Data Controller: a person or company that controls the personal data processed through the services of HuBuCo. A covered business (for example.
B Stanford) may use a member of its own staff to create the “limited file”. On the other hand, the recipient can also create a “limited set of data” as long as the person or entity acts as counterparty to the covered business. The data caterer will treat all personal data confidentially and will not disclose it to third parties, unless this has been authorized by the data controller or is required by law. require the recipient to use appropriate security measures to prevent any unauthorized use or disclosure that is not provided for in the agreement; If a Stanford researcher is the recipient of a limited set of data from a non-Stanford source, the Stanford researcher could be asked to sign the other party`s DUA. In this case, the Stanford researcher should consult with the relevant contract office to determine whether it is largely compliant with the Stanford DUA. Limited records can only contain the following identifiers: a restricted record is a set of data that is exempt from certain direct identifiers specified in the data protection rule. A limited set of data may only be passed on to an external party without a patient`s permission if the purpose of the disclosure is for research, public health or public health purposes and if the person or organisation receiving the information signs a Data Use Agreement (DUA) with the relevant company or its counterparty. . . .