DPPH WP1 privacy and ethical questionnaire
- Authors: Jean Louis Raisaro (Fellay Group), Juan Troncoso-Pastoriza (LDS), Marcello Ienca (Vayena Group)
- Summary: The information collected in this questionnaire will be part of the inputs to the Requirements Definition work package (WP1) in DPPH. Within the scope of DPPH, this information will be aggregated and summarized, and then shared with the contributors for their validation before it is included in the official WP1 deliverable and a potential white paper. Afterwards, the project will translate the expressed needs into technological requirements, mapped into the system design that DPPH will implement and integrate. The questionnaire comprises two blocks: ethical and security/privacy requirements.
DPPH WP1 privacy and security questionnaire
- Authors: Jean Louis Raisaro (Fellay Group), Juan Troncoso-Pastoriza (LDS), David Froelicher (LDS), Joao Sa Sousa (LDS)
- Summary: The purpose of this questionnaire is to collect perceptions of hospital ICT-research representatives and CISOs on the privacy and security aspects related to the IT processes that involve medical data for research.
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