22/03/2022 Data protection in research & Data protection special – Medical Research
As part of the lecture series “Legal Aspects in Research Data Management”, there will be a lecture on Tuesday on “Data Protection in Research” and on “Data Protection Special – Medical Research”.
Data protection in research
This talk will explore what researchers need to consider when handling personal research data and how they can implement this in research. Topics include: Basic principles of data protection law, research privilege and broad consent.
Slides (in German) – for private use only
Data protection special – Medical Research
Handling personal data is essential in medical research and is therefore in the area of conflict between two fundamental rights: that of freedom of research and teaching and that of informational self-determination of the persons being studied and treated. The lecture shows how these two sides can come together without conflict.
Slides with supplementary information on Schrems-II-judgement (in German) – for private use only
Time: 12.30 and 13.30