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ICPSR at the University of Michigan Institute for Social Research pres.

Webinar: Maximizing Research Impact with The National Addiction & HIV Data Archive Program (NAHDAP)

It Starts with Sharing Your Data!

This data resource webinar will be 1 pm EDT on March 31, 2020. This data resource webinar will be 1 pm EDT on March 31, 2020.
This data resource webinar will be 1 pm EDT on March 31, 2020.
This webinar applies to all researchers, including grads and postdocs who are currently or planning to collect data for research on drug use, alcohol, addiction, HIV, tobacco, and other related topics. This presentation offers a nice overview of how NAHDAP and ICPSR can help to support research and maximize the impact that researchers' data can have on their community. Also, this webinar will give an overview of how you can share your data with the archive, using ICPSR’s deposit system.

The National Addiction & HIV Data Archive Program (NAHDAP) has over 500 studies on its website that cover topics related to drug use, alcohol, addiction, HIV, tobacco, and more.

We will discuss why it is important to archive and share research, describe how to prepare data for deposit, and walk through how to submit your data and documentation with NAHDAP. The webinar will also cover the benefits of depositing data with ICPSR, including long-term preservation, curation, worldwide dissemination, bibliographic citations, and usage information.

Presenter: Amy Mehraban Pienta is a Research Scientist at ICPSR. She is also a research affiliate of the University of Michigan Center on the Demography of Aging and the Population Studies Center at the University of Michigan. At ICPSR, she oversees collection development and directs several large data archiving projects. Pienta has studied women's retirement behavior, the joint retirement behavior of married couples, and the relationship between various social statuses and health. She directs the National Addiction and HIV Data Archive Program funded by NIDA and the Archive of Disability Data to Enable Policy research funded by NIH.

To register: http://myumi.ch/wly7k
This data resource webinar will be 1 pm EDT on March 31, 2020. This data resource webinar will be 1 pm EDT on March 31, 2020.
This data resource webinar will be 1 pm EDT on March 31, 2020.
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