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Investigators submit their research outputs to a variety of high-quality outlets, from science meetings to peer-reviewed journals and open access publishing platforms. Following publication, good research data stewardship–via sharing in a repository–promotes collaboration, accelerates research, advances knowledge, and respects the contributions of study participants, the efforts of trialists, and the sources of public funding. The enhanced visibility and additional analyses enabled by data sharing (and recent requirements to share ALL results, regardless of outcome, via, can accelerate solutions to healthcare challenges, improved patient outcomes, and evidence-informed public policy.

Peer-reviewed Trauma Publications
Journal of Trauma
Journal of the American College of Surgeons
Journal of the American Medical Association
Trauma Surgery and Acute Care Open
F1000Research – an open publishing platform

Science Dissemination Platforms
American Association for the Advancement of Science EurekAlert!
Presentation forums
EAST Scientific Assembly
AAST Annual Meeting
ACS Clinical Congress
Grand Rounds/AAST
Social Media: Twitter, Facebook

Data Sharing/Data Access
The National Institutes of Health (NIH) issued its Strategic Plan for Data Science in 2018, providing a roadmap for the NIH data infrastructure; a modernized data ecosystem; data management, analytics and tools; workforce development; and data stewardship and sustainability. This comprehensive plan for publicly-funded research data management has significant implications for all investigators within the biological sciences.

FAIR guiding principles for data management and stewardship

Big Data to Knowledge (BD2K) – an NIH Initiative to support innovative approaches to the integration of big data into bioscience

Data Transfer and Use Agreements from the National Academies

Disease-Specific Data and Research Repositories: