Data Management and Health Record Access
Collecting, Storing, and Transferring Data Safely
The Data Management Guideline applies to data collected, used, stored, transferred, and destroyed as part of any research study carried out at Bruyère and the Bruyère Research Institute.
This document is intended to assist researchers in better understanding the legislative and ethical standards and policies in place to protect personal health information during the process of collection, use, and storage of research data, to address the secure transferring of the data from the source site, and to ensure the appropriate disposal of confidential materials.
Download the Data Management Guideline (coming soon)
If you have any questions, please contact the REB Office (REB@bruyere.org), your Research Operations Manager, or the Privacy Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Access to Health Records
If your study requires access to patient data, or Health Records for retroactive or ongoing data collection, please contact the Privacy Office (email@example.com). You may submit your REB Application to the REB office at the same time you submit your request to the Privacy Office.
There are restrictions regarding the collection of patient data for research purposes. As a clinician, you may already have access to patient charts; however, as a researcher, you may only collect what has been approved for research purposes. If you have any questions, or are unsure of the process, please contact the Research Ethics Board Office (REB@bruyere.org) and/or the Privacy Office (firstname.lastname@example.org).