Tools and resources

IDDO is committed to providing practical tools and services to support the collection of disease characterisation data and develop quality evidence on optimal treatment and response to emerging infections. Our resources help researchers gather and present evidence in a standardised way, and are intended to help facilitate a much faster, better coordinated and more effective response to future outbreaks. To find a wide selection of free online tools, services and resources that support malaria researchers to collect reliable and comprehensive evidence, visit the WWARN Toolkit.

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This document details the standardised coding and structure used to curate all data on the Ebola Data Platform. Standards follow the Clinical Data Interchange Standards Consortium (CDISC). We regularly update this document. Please contact us with any questions at ebola@iddo.org.

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A Research Agenda of prioritised questions assembled by the Steering Committee and approved by the National Research Ethics Committees in the countries where data originate.

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The independent Data Access Committee follows these guidelines when evaluating applications to access data held on the Ebola Data Platform.

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This agreement details the terms under which data are accessed and the responsibilities of those given access. It is signed between the platform host and all organisations approved for access to data.

 

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A structured analysis and assessment of privacy risks in the collection and use of data, which forms a part of the platform’s due diligence process.

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An overview of the purpose, structure, responsibilities and functioning of the Ebola Data Platform Secretariat.

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These terms describe the rights and obligations of organisations who contribute data to the Ebola data platform, and detail how the data are handled and accessed.

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