Thoughts About Data Sharing From NEJM

Rosenbaum L. Bridging the Data-Sharing Divide — Seeing the Devil in the Details, Not the Other Camp. NEJM 2017. On-line first;DOI: 10.1056/NEJMp1704482
Haug CJ. Whose Data Are They Anyway? Can a Patient Perspective Advance the Data-Sharing Debate? NEJM 2017. On-line first;DOI:10.1056/NEJMp1704485.

Data sharing… what is it really, and why does it matter? These two questions are very relevant to the discussions that many of us in the Medical Affairs profession find ourselves having.

In the April 26, 2017, issue of NEJM, two articles appear on data sharing. The first, by Lisa Rosenbaum, presents and interesting perspectives on the potential positives and negatives that surround data sharing. The second, by Charlotte Haug, shares her insights on the patient perspective.

To access the full articles, please visit the links below:

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