Research Group on the Ethos of Technology

HUNT Workshop September 2015

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Time for a New Approach for Consent and Engagement in Large Population-based Health Studies

RESET – the Research Group on the Ethos of Technology at NTNU and the HUNT 4 Ethics advisory board welcomes you to our workshop on consent. This is a timely workshop as the Health Survey of Nord-Trøndelag is planning their fourth round of data collection: HUNT 4. We are pleased to be able to run this workshop at Levanger and Stiklestad, in the heart of the catchment area of HUNT. Joining us are national and international ELSI scholars, biobank custodians in large population-based health surveys and in clinical settings, researchers using data- and biobank resources and representatives from the Research Ethics Committee of Mid-Norway.

We are happy for having you all here and look forward to informative presentations and good discussions.


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