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Principles for Sharing the Data and Benefits of Public Health Surveillance

The seven principles illustrated below are intended to help create the right environment for data sharing and achieve good practice in data and benefits sharing. The principles are not hierarchical, nor do they follow a specific order. The principles are also intended to ensure that data sharing is conducted in a fair and ethical manner for all those involved, and in a way that contributes to the building of surveillance capacity.

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Public Health Data and Benefits Sharing

Building Trust , Articulating the Value , Planning for Data Sharing , Achieving Quality Data , Understanding the Legal Context , Creating Data Sharing Agreements , Monitoring and Evaluation ,

Building Trust

Articulating the Value

Planning for Data Sharing

Achieving Quality Data

Understanding the Legal Context

Creating Data Sharing Agreements

Monitoring and Evaluation