SATRE online public workshop on trusted research environments
SATRE is exploring ways to improve consistency across Trusted Research Environments in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland to make access to sensitive data research easier yet secure. Trusted Research Environments (TREs), also known as safe havens, are secure systems and workspaces that hold personally identifiable or sensitive data, allowing only authorised projects and researchers to access them for research.
To ensure public involvement and input in their work, the SATRE project is inviting participants from across the UK to join their online public workshop on Trusted Research Environments (TREs) hosted by the University of Dundee, University College London, The Alan Turing Institute and Research Data Scotland.
For convenience, there are two online sessions for participants to choose from (attendance is only required in one session). Click on the link to register:
N.B: Participants will be reimbursed with £50 vouchers.
Inputs from the workshop will be used to inform funded work taking place over the next six months. There will be a short presentation, an opportunity to ask questions and a discussion. At the end of the project, participants will be invited to an optional feedback meeting on the outcomes.
Please sign up for your preferred session. If you can attend either session, please sign up for your preferred one and let us know in the comments on sign up.
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