FAIR traumatic stress data sets
"Imagine how we could speed up research if everyone shared what data they ethically could, both that which was recently collected and previously collected data sets that currently sit in a file cabinet. We could be much more efficient in collaborating on building and leveraging data sets." (Olff, 2020).
USE THE DATA - Please feel free to use the data sets below to answer your research questions, or reach out to the contact person.
SHARE YOUR OWN DATA* - Data sharing benefits not only others around the world but also the original researchers by providing more visibility of their research. Sharing does not mean "Open" per se, data can also be available upon reasonable request, see also FAIR pages (Kassam-Adams & Olff, 2020). Add information on your data here.
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*How to add your data
To suggest a dataset to be added to this list, pleas:
Add directly it to this Google sheet
Send us an email (email@example.com) providing: Project acronym & title; Link to data (eg registry URL or email contact); WhetherSingle/Multiple data resource; Population/sample N and type; Keywords / highlights; Brief description of dataset or data resource; Link to the key publication preferably with doi; Any additional pubs (including those in prep)
Tracking use of FAIR data to advance traumatic stress research
How are traumatic stress researchers already integrating or re-using data to answer new questions?
Check out our library of citations to publications that exemplify use of FAIR data in traumatic stress research.
Kassam-Adams, N & Olff M. (2020). Embracing data preservation, sharing, and re-use in traumatic stress research. European Journal of Psychotraumatology, 11, 1 https://doi.org/10.1080/20008198.2020.1739885