Find resources and training opportunities for NIH sharing policies. We will continue to post additional resources, so check back frequently!
Conversations with NIHWebinar Series - Part I
Understanding the New NIH Data Management and Sharing (DMS) Policy
August 19, 2022
and Human Services
In this webinar, we covered the basics of understanding the policy. We discussed DMS policy expectations, the applicability of the policy, how to prepare a Data Management and Sharing Plan, and considerations for sharing data responsibly.
Conversations with NIHWebinar Series - Part II
Diving Deeper into the new NIH Data Management and Sharing Policy
September 22, 2022
and Human Services
In this webinar, we took a deeper dive into the details of the DMS Policy including information such as considerations for privacy protections for sharing human participant data, working with American Indian and Alaska Native communities, how the DMS Policy interacts with the Genomic Data Sharing Policy, and more!
Genomic Data Sharing Policy Overview
The GDS policy provides expectations for the submission and access of large scale genomic data. Use this policy overview to walk through policy expectations at each phase of the research process.
Data Management & Sharing Policy Overview
Under the DMS policy, NIH expects investigators and institutions to: 1) Plan and budget for the managing and sharing of data, 2) Submit a DMS plan for review when applying for funding, and 3) Comply with the approved DMS plan. Use this policy overview to understand each of these expectations.
The Who, What Where and When of the NIH Data Management and Sharing (DMS) PolicyNew
Get the basics about the DMS Policy in this handy 1-pager outlining when the policy goes into effect, what the policy requires, who needs to comply, and where data can be shared.
NIH has a variety of sharing policies in place for research that it funds. Use this decision tool to identify which policies apply to your research project.