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|How we share on the AMR Register||To obtain GSK’s AMR surveillance data for analysis, researchers should use the AMR Register platform to submit a request. The anonymized data will then be made available to the researcher to download. Data for ongoing surveillance programs will be updated annually.|
|Programs Listed for Sharing||AMR surveillance data available on the AMR Register:
• SOAR 201818 – Results from the Survey of Antibiotic Resistance (SOAR) 2014-2016 in Bulgaria, Romania, Serbia, Croatia, Russia, Czech Republic, Ukraine, the Slovak Republic and Greece
|What information will be provided||Where available, the following data and information are provided for each dataset:
🗹 Raw dataset. This is the dataset containing the anonymized isolate level data collected during the study. The dataset can be downloaded.
🗹 Program description. Information about how the data were collected is provided on the program pages.
🗹 Links to Publications. Links to journal publications based on the data collected are provided on the program pages.
|Data Request Review Process||Researchers can request access to our datasets by providing the purposes of the analysis and a brief description of the research project. The research proposal is reviewed by the data contributor.|
|Review Criteria for Data Requests||If a data request competes with the GSK’s publication plan, or duplicates analyses already published, GSK will decline the research proposal and inform the researcher accordingly.|
|Questions or enquiries||Please send any questions or enquiries to email@example.com|
|GSK’s Register or Website||www.gsk-studyregister.com/en/trial-details/?id=201818|