Published on in Vol 4 , No 2 (2016) :Apr-Jun

Data Safe Havens and Trust: Toward a Common Understanding of Trusted Research Platforms for Governing Secure and Ethical Health Research

Data Safe Havens and Trust: Toward a Common Understanding of Trusted Research Platforms for Governing Secure and Ethical Health Research

Data Safe Havens and Trust: Toward a Common Understanding of Trusted Research Platforms for Governing Secure and Ethical Health Research

Nathan Christopher Lea 1 , BA(Hons), MSc, PhD ;   Jacqueline Nicholls 2 , PhD, MCSP ;   Christine Dobbs 3 , BA,PhD ;   Nayha Sethi 4, 5 , LLB,LLM ;   James Cunningham 6 , BSc (Hons), PhD ;   John Ainsworth 6 , BSc (Hons), MSc, PhD ;   Martin Heaven 3 , BSc, PGCE, MPH ;   Trevor Peacock 7 , BSc(Hons) ;   Anthony Peacock 7 , BSc(Hons) ;   Kerina Jones 3 , BSc,PhD ;   Graeme Laurie 4, 5 , PhD, FRSE, FRCPE, FMedSci ;   Dipak Kalra 8 , PhD,FRCGP

1 Institute of Health Informatics , University College London , London , GB

2 Institute of Health Informatics and Institute for Women's Health , University College London , London , GB

3 Farr Institute CIPHER , Swansea University , Swansea , GB

4 Farr Institute Scotland , School of Law , University of Edinburgh , Edinburgh , GB

5 Mason Institute , School of Law , University of Edinburgh , Edinburgh , GB

6 Farr Institute , University of Manchester , Manchester , GB

7 IT for SLMS , Information Services Division , University College London , London , GB

8 EuroRec: The European Institute for Health Records , Brussels , BE

Corresponding Author:

  • Nathan Christopher Lea, BA(Hons), MSc, PhD
  • Institute of Health Informatics
  • University College London
  • The Farr Institute of Health Informatics Research
  • 222 Euston Road
  • London
  • GB
  • Phone: 44 20 3549 5293
  • Email: n.lea@ucl.ac.uk