Ethical Considerations in Clinical Data Management and Sharing


Hermann Moers

Clinical research plays a pivotal role in advancing our understanding of diseases, developing new treatments, and improving patient care. In recent years, there has been a growing emphasis on the importance of data sharing in the scientific community. Sharing clinical data allows for increased transparency, collaboration, and the potential for accelerated discoveries. However, alongside the benefits of data sharing, there are also ethical considerations that must be carefully addressed to protect the interests and rights of patients, maintain trust in the research process, and uphold the principles of responsible data stewardship. This article explores the ethical considerations in clinical data management and sharing, emphasizing the importance of balancing openness with privacy and security.

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