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Academic Research and Personal Data

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This seminar is brought to you by Dr Rhys Morgan, Head of Research Policy, Governance and Integrity, Research Strategy Office.

This seminar is hosted on Zoom https://us02web.zoom.us/j/86734331914 For the password, email A. Petyaeva , preferably at least two hours before the seminar.

Using personal data in academic research creates a range of legal and ethical challenges for the researcher. This session will provide a short overview of the key things that researchers must do to ensure that their research remains ethical and legal. Specifically it will cover: What is personal data? What do I need to do to comply with data protection legislation? When do I require ethical approval and what level of consent is required?

Specific challenges: Anonymisation and Pseudonymisation, Confidentiality, Online research,

The session will also provide the opportunity for a Q&A on topics of interest to attendees.

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This talk is part of the Engineering Design Centre Seminars series.

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