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Dear Limor,
I contact you with good news about your joint CURE-FAIR and Reproducible Health Data WGs session at RDA15 – this has been approved by TAB, and the session will go ahead in March.
TAB appreciated the efforts made to revise the Reproducible Health Data Services WG case statement, and will be liaising with Andrew on some further refinements to this.
Please let me know if you require further information – the RDA secretariat will be notifying the group of this session approval via the group webpage.
See you in Melbourne.

Dr Frankie Stevens
Research Engagement Strategist | AARNet (Australia’s Academic & Research Network)
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From: “Peer, Limor”

Date: Tuesday, 14 January 2020 at 3:10 am
To: “Isabelle.perseil”
Cc: Frankie Stevens , Anthony Juehne
Subject: FW: [cure-fair] RDA P15 session feedback
Good morning,
I write to follow up about the status of the joint CURE-FAIR and Reproducible Health Data WGs session at RDA15.
In regards to the requested changes listed below, the commitment to update the Reproducible Health Data Services WG case statement has been done by Anthony (copied here), and the second one has been dropped after clarification by Frankie Stevens (copied here).
Please advise.
Sending all best wishes to our friends in Australia in these challenging times in hopes that everyone is staying safe.
Limor Peer, PhD
Associate Director for Research | Institution for Social and Policy Studies | Yale University
203-432-0054 | ***@***.*** | | @l_peer
– Show quoted text -From: ***@***.***
Sent: Friday, December 20, 2019 1:30 AM
Subject: [cure-fair] RDA P15 session feedback
Dear CURE-FAIR WG and Reproducible Health Data WG members,
At its meeting on December 19, the RDA Technical Advisory Board considered your proposal for a session at Plenary 15 in Melbourne in 2020.
Unfortunately, TAB is not able to accept your session proposal unless you make the changes that are listed below. If you still wish to proceed you will need to:
1. Update the session description to address TAB’s concerns by or before Jan 2nd, 2020
2. Advise ***@***.*** that you have done this so TAB can review your response
Requested improvements:
– Reproducible Health Data Services will need to commit to updating their case statement before this session proposal is acceptable (TAB can do a provisional acceptance of the proposal if such a commitment is made, but the session will need to be withdrawn if a case statement is not received prior to the plenary)
– A case Statement for the newly formed CURE FAIR WG is also recommended
We are happy to meet with you to discuss this.
Best regards,
Dr Frankie Stevens | AARNet | TAB Liason

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