Data Sharing Agreement (Dsa)
A signed Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) is required before access to the data can be provided. The Local Process manual is a document that describes how the agreement is managed practically at the local level. Examples of local process manuals and referenced documents, which are kindly provided by the Brighton and Hove BCRP, are also available to assist in the creation of local versions. Please note that the sponsor(s) are without prejudice to the negotiations on the DSA provisions and that it is recommended that the contractual representatives of the research organisation understand the global nature of the research proposal and carry out an early review of the DSA provisions contained in the templates indicated below before the issuance of the DSA itself. Delays due to negotiations delay access to data. The contract proposal may not be suitable for all partnerships and strengths and, therefore, when using it, care should be taken to ensure that all content is relevant. The text is underlined in the document, where special attention is needed. NASTAD has published a Data Sharing Agreement (DSA) of User Manual and DSA Templates for the HIV/AIDS Programme (RWHAP) Part B Drug Assistance Programmes and Programmes (ADAPs). Part B programs and APAs will benefit from access to different data sources and the development of DSAS with organizations such as public HIV surveillance programs, Medicaid government programs, and RWHAP-funded Eligible Metropolitan Areas (EMAAs) and Transitional Funding Areas (TGAs). The user guide, established under NASTAD`s cooperation agreement with the Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), provides an overview of DSA models and can be used to develop or extend your program`s existing DSA. Click on the following links to download the DSA templates for the following agreements: This template, also known as the Information Sharing Agreement (ISA), is shared to support partnerships and police forces across the UK, providing a starting point for data exchange between them to prevent, detect crime and support other important police functions, including protection.
If you request data from a pharmaceutical company, the sponsorship data sharing agreement is used. This proposal is based on the DSA (Data Sharing Agreement) model shared by nbcc in 2018, when the GDPR came into force under data protection law in 2018. Data sharing agreements were once called information sharing agreements and the terms as well as DSA and ISA are often used synonymously due to legacy documents. Your actual DSA may have minor changes. For example, for a research proposal involving multiple sponsors, another DSA is used, similar to the template shown below. Example_Legitimate_Interest_Assessment_-_Brighton_and_Hove.pdf382.66 KB Example_Exclusion_Notice_Scheme_-_Brighton_and_Hove.pdf381.17 KB The model was checked by Sussex Police in 2019 in order to improve the document. References to Sussex and Surrey have been removed from the main document below, but the forms and processes of example in the appendices are specific to Sussex and Surrey. These are made available to assist in the creation of force-specific shapes and should not be used directly….