Feb 1, 2022

A colourful toolbox: Health Citizen Science under the GDPR

On 12 and 13 October 2021, the SensJus project convened a workshop on Health-Citizen Science Dilemmas under the EU General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679 (GDPR), at the Brocher Foundation, Geneva. The workshop explored the scarcely researched implications of the GDPR for the active sharing of (environmental) health data within the framework of Citizen Science projects. As a result of participants’ collective brainstorming and note-taking a booklet “Health Citizen Science under the GDPR” was produced, which can be freely downloaded here. 

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