[open-science-ox] TONIGHT: Sharing Knowledge in Medicine and Open Clinical Trial Data: Wed 28 Nov, 19:30

Jenny Molloy jenny.molloy at okfn.org
Wed Nov 28 12:48:20 UTC 2012

Just a reminder about tonight's event - please share with anyone you feel
may be interested.

Best wishes


> *Oxford Open Science: Sharing Knowledge in Medicine and Open Clinical
> Trial Data*
> Wednesday 28 November, 19:30
> Oxford e-Research Centre, 7 Keble Road
> Dr Richard Lehman, retired GP, "Journal Watch" blogger for the Lancet and
> researcher with the Yale Open Data Acces and Medtronic independent review
> projects, will speak on the issue of knowledge sharing in medicine and the
> steps that are required to ensure that clinical knowledge is accessible to
> the people who need it, be they researchers, clinicians or the public.
> We will also be discussing the recent vocal push for open clinical trial
> data, as exemplified by the publication of Ben Goldacre's latest book 'Bad
> Pharma' and the BMJ's campaign for open Tamiflu data - why is this
> important, what are the barriers and how can they be overcome?
> OOS is a group for anyone interested in projects related to open science.
> Maybe you're looking at ways to share scientific data more effectively,
> planning a project involving citizen crowd sourcing, want to make your
> research as accessible as possible or maybe you're just interested in how
> openness and transparency could change the way we do science.
> For more information see
> http://wiki.okfn.org/Working_Groups/Science/Oxford, follow @oxopensci on
> Twitter or contact jenny.molloy at zoo.ox.ac.uk.
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