Governance for Linkage Projects
Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 Privacy Principles.
Privacy Commitee of South Australia - Privacy Principles.
Northern Territory Information Act 2002
Australian Code for Responsible Conduct of Research, developed and endorsed through Australian Research Council (ARC), National Health Medical Research Council (NHMRC).
SA Healh Human Research Ethics Committee (SA Health HREC)
Aboriginal Health Council of South Australia (AHCSA)
Northern Territory Ethics Committee - Menzies School of Health Research
Access and use of Australian Government Data for Integration and Linkage is governed by a set of high level principles for statistical integration which were endorsed in February 2010
In addition, the set of governance and institutional arrangements for data integration, were endorsed in October 2010.
Population Health Research Network (PHRN) - About Data Linkage
STATA Statistical Software Package http://www.flinders.edu.au/medicine/sites/fceb/workshops/
Australian Bureau of Statistics Training Calendar
Instructional video on Privacy Protection for Polpulation Studies involving Genomic / DNA data
There is a critical need to ensure that research and data linkage methods involving studies using the Genomic / DNA data protect the privacy of individuals. There are a combination of privacy protecting anonymising and suppression steps that need to be considered when undertaking research; particulary where there are a small numbers of results.
Vanderbilt University Medical Center have prepared an instructional video describing the privacy protection methods when using Genome-Wide Association Studies (GWAS). The video provides useful information and assessment of privacy protecting process where Genomic / DNA data is linked with other records, and the situations where privacy may be compromised and a case study showing steps to manage this.
Standard Glossary of Terms & Abreviations PHRN Glossary, as at Sept 2011