status: Recognised & Endorsed

Chair (s): Daniel Mietchen, Eva Méndez, Timea Biro, Sarah Jones, Kheeran Dharmawardena, Susanna-Assunta Sansone, Joanne Stocks

Group Email: [group_email]

Secretariat Liaison:


This is the subgroup of the RDA-COVID-19 working group focusing on Community Participation.

 

Potential approach / timeline

  • Scoping document open for comments until *midnight UTC on April 14th*:  https://docs.google.com/document/d/1FEe2LIFR-D_yGR8Ow3LTrdYWCWo0ppC5YJrMDWFTGio

  • Develop a prioritised list of things to work on by Wednesday 15 April

  • Form c.6-7 teams of about 15 to get allocated to work on the topics

  • Each group will pick up a single task, in priority order, until we run out of groups  

  • Each group works on their topics for 5 days (ie: until Sunday)

  • On Monday, each team will be allocated a different topic for review over the next 2 days (ie: Monday & Tuesday)

  • Each group resumes work on their original topic afterwards, incorporating the review comments they have received from another group

  • Towards the later part of the 3 weeks, we should look to form a small editorial team, which will look to bring it all together into a coherent piece of work

 

To provide feedback on the "RDA COVID-19 Guidelines and Recommendations":

The current draft of the "RDA COVID-19 Guidelines and Recommendations" can be found in the Outputs section of the main COVID-19 WG webpage; be sure to select the most current version that is attached for review, and provide comments using the "Add new comment" link below the attachments.

 

 

Posts

07
May
2021

Workshop 7 June: Leveraging the COVID-19 response towards advancing data interoperability

by Hilary Hanahoe

Dear RDA COVID-19 Working group members The European Commission (EC) and the Portuguese presidency are organising a workshop “Riding the Next Wave of Research Data: Leveraging the COVID-19 response towards advancing data interoperability” which will be held in Lisbon, on 7th June 2021 10h30-16h30 CEST, at the National Laboratory of Civil Engineering (LNEC), Avenida do Brasil, 101, 1700-066 Lisbon. This will be a hybrid event with the possibility of participation in person or by videoconference.
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07
May
2021

Workshop 7 June: Leveraging the COVID-19 response towards advancing data interoperability

by Hilary Hanahoe

Dear COVID-19 Working Group Members, The European Commission and the Portuguese presidency are organising a workshop with the title: “Riding the Next Wave of Research Data: Leveraging the COVID-19 response towards advancing data interoperability”.
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07
May
2021

Riding the Next Wave of Research Data: Leveraging the COVID-19 response towards advancing data interoperability

by Hilary Hanahoe

Dear COVID-19 Working Group Members, The European Commission and the Portuguese presidency are organising a workshop with the title: “Riding the Next Wave of Research Data: Leveraging the COVID-19 response towards advancing data interoperability”.
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29
January
2021

RDA VP17 Session proposal submission

by Alexandra Delipalta

Dear RDA-COVID19, RDA COVID-19 Epidemiology, RDA-COVID19-Clinical, RDA-COVID19-Social-Sciences, RDA-COVID19-Community-participation and RDA-COVID19-Legal-Ethical members,    Thank you for your session proposal for Virtual Plenary 17 titled 'Community participation and the RDA COVID-19 Recommendations and Guidelines'. A review of all submitted proposals is now underway by the RDA Technical Advisory Board, with notifications of acceptance planned to be sent by 26 February.   
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18
December
2020

FYI: Standards for Public Participation in Scientific Research

by Kheeran Dharmawardena

Hi all, The Citizen Science Association working group for Data & Metadata has recently published the *Public Participation in Scientific Research* (*PPSR) Core*. PPSR Core is a set of global, transdisciplinary data and metadata standards to allow data to be used across platforms and projects in a consistent manner, furthering the research goals of the scientific community. This work is published at https://core.citizenscience.org/.
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22
October
2020

ACTION REQUESTED - Complete the RDA COVID-19 WG survey -! new deadline Monday, November 2

by Timea Biro

Dear all, We hope you are well. You might have seen the invitation circulated on the main RDA COVID-19 WG list but we wanted to also send a kind request via the community participation sub-group mailinglist. We are contacting you as participants to the effort and contributors to the RDA COVID-19 Guidelines and Recommendations. As you may know, a group is working on a journal paper to describe and better understand the collaborative approach taken by the community to develop these guidelines, so that we can learn lessons for future collaborative projects.
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20
June
2020

Re: [rda-portugal][rda-covid19][rda-covid19-community] (*) COVID-19: Mega-DB [Brasil]

by Claudia Bauzer Medeiros

Dear RDA COVID 19 group I am part of the implementation effort of this large COVID19 data repository, with open data from 75,000 Brazilian patients. To be incremented periodically with new Brazilian data. As posted by RDA-Portugal (my profuse thanks), on June 17 we launched a pilot dataset from 300 patients, and welcome all of you to check, test, and report your remarks and suggestions. Two important issues: a) The whole is in Portuguese only. This is one of the many compromises we had to
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20
June
2020

(*) COVID-19: Mega-DB [Brasil]

by Joao Miranda

  (*) The English version follows. Free translation from RDA-BR.   Boa tarde!  
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26
May
2020

Update RDA COVID-19 Community Participation

by Timea Biro

Dear all, We wanted to share an update with all the Community Participation subgroup members, in case you did not take part in the update webinar earlier today.
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20
May
2020

RDA COVID-19 Community Participation - recommendations & guidelines

by Timea Biro

Dear all, We would like to share with you an updated version of the Community Participation section to be included in the release no.5 scheduled for this Friday 22 May 2020: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1i6RDG8L9g3ljohFMwP5WG9qGqFiF5WYoXYB3... Please note that following the editorial team’s advice we have restructured the section as a cross-cutting theme as it follows:
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