Training Handbook RDM Comprehensive Training Handbook for Research Data Management and Data Science in Health Research published

Our handbook, titled "Training Concepts in Research Data Management and Data Science with a Focus on Health Research," is now available to meet the growing demand for expertise in research data management (RDM) and data science in health research. Authored by a team of distinguished experts from the NFDI4Health project team, this comprehensive resource is aimed at master's students, doctoral researchers, postdocs, trainers, and coordinators in the biomedical sciences domain. The handbook is a collaborative effort by experts in the domain This handbook provides a comprehensive overview of research data management (RDM) and the FAIR (Findable, Accessible, Interoperable, Reusable) principles with a focus on practical competencies. It covers a wide array of topics including the Data Train concept to enhance data literacy skills or the RDM learning objectives alined with the DINI/nestor working group. The book furthermore contains a compilation of training courses offered by NFDI4Health designed to introduce RDM concepts and NFDI4Health services to the user community. One of the handbook's distinctive features is its adaptability. It acknowledges the dynamic nature of RDM and data science, particularly in healthcare. To address this, the handbook remains a "living document," regularly updated to meet the evolving demands of domain experts and users.


Funding: NFDI4Health has received funding from the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft (DFG) under Grant Agreement no. 442326535. Data Train is supported by the U Bremen Research Alliance and the Federal State of Bremen.


Contact at MILA: Atinkut Zeleke


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