It is the responsibility of the researcher to understand and follow the conditions of the DUA and to use the data only for the purposes indicated. The PSO considers that a researcher who transmits a DUA to OSP has read these conditions and agrees to comply with these conditions, whether or not the researcher`s signature on the DUA itself is necessary. If a researcher signs such an agreement, he or she could be exposed to legal and financial risks. A researcher does not have to sign a DUA before the OSP authorization of the DUA. 1. determine whether a limited set of data is involved for specific purposes (research, public health activities, healthcare) and, if so, a covered company (e.g. B Stanford) may use a member of its own staff to create the “limited file”. On the other hand, the recipient can also create a “limited set of data” as long as the person or entity acts as counterparty to the covered business.
If you wish to obtain a data use agreement or request access to a data set, you must complete the DATA Acquisition Request (DAR) form. . . .