Ownership, Confidentiality and Secrecy in Research

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Alice Temple

Academic staff and students wishing to increase their knowledge of
issues surrounding ownership of research data, confidentiality and
secrecy, particularly with respect to projects involving research

Tuesday, February 21, 2017, 10:00 to 12:30

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This course aims to provide an overview of the issues arising
surrounding ownership of data, confidentiality and secrecy in research
and the sources of support and guidance available.

Participants will have a better understanding of the issues arising
around ownership, confidentiality and secrecy and will be better
equipped to handle this within their work. They will also have the
opportunity to identify sources of support and guidance. The session
will be a mixture of interactive lecture and group work.

Adrian Slater is the University Legal Adviser. He supports the
University Secretary and others by giving a qualified legal opinion on a
range of issues. Adrian's specialisms include joint ventures, third
party contracts, the student contract, intellectual property-related
contracts (such as licences), data protection, international agreements
(such as on course delivery abroad), human rights law, advice on
students and staff with criminal records, legal relationships with LUU,
research ethics and generally anything with a legal tone that is not
litigation, employment or real property-related.

Related courses data protection and research, authorship ethical issues,
online resources on informed consent and research ethics.