Posted by Justin de la Cruz on July 15th, 2022
Posted in: events
Tags: data sharing, National Institutes of Health, policy, research data management
The new NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy goes into effect January 25, 2023, and the NNLM National Center for Data Services is helping to prepare medical librarians and other information professionals by hosting a series of community discussions around the new requirements. These events will address the challenges libraries may face helping to support researchers prepare for these updates.
During the first half of 2022 we held a series of informational webinars on the NIH updates, with an overview, presentations about internal outreach and policy, education, infrastructure, and a question and answer session with representatives from NIH. Anyone can still review those recordings for information on the NIH policy. Now we are encouraging information professionals from across the country to join us in discussing particular issues we will face as we prepare our communities for the new policy.
The first community discussion will be held on Wednesday, July 20, 2022 at 1 PM Eastern Time, with others to follow:
During this meeting we will present questions that information professionals submitted and ask audience members to share their thoughts on issues that many will face in light of the new NIH policy. This will be a new, interactive format, and we encourage everyone to join and share their responses to the topics at hand.
Subscribe to the blog to get posts directly to your email.