Aligning approach to Trusted Research Environments is a workstream convened by the UK Health Data Research Alliance.
It brings together a community of members and researchers to develop and define standard approaches to Trusted Research Environments (TREs), also known as ‘Data Safe Havens’ or ‘Secure Data Environments’.
The aim of the Alliance workstream is that Alliance TREs will meet researchers technical and functional requirements whilst providing confidence to data custodians and the public. This will be done through a data access system that has evolved from the Five Safes model.
The systems, papers and standards delivered by the Alliance are the result of series of workshops and discussions with key stakeholders across the institute. To find out more, please click the links below:
HDR UK Statement on Trusted Research Environments
We welcome Jo Churchill's House of Common’s statement on GP Data for Planning and Research yesterday that "The implementation date will now be September 1, and we will use this time to talk to...
Response to the Goldacre Review – “Trusted Research Environments and Data Management”
Following a request from the Goldacre Review, HDR UK have today submitted the following response on the topic of Trusted Research Environments.
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