Your data will be used as part of the qualitative research investigating the utility of the Scriba Stylus in Paediatric Occupational Therapy Practice .
Your data is being processed for the purpose of legitimate interest (Article 6;1(f), General Data Protection Regulation, 2016) and for the purpose of scientific research purposes (Article 9;2(j), General Data Protection Regulation, 2016).
Researcher Dr. Katie Cremin will have access to your data.
The data will be stored in a locked cupboard in Dr. Katie Cremin’s office in Trinity Centre of Health Science for 5 years in line with Trinity College Dublin Policy.
Measures will be taken to reduce risk when processing the data, however should a data breach occur, this may cause you harm. This harm will be significantly reduced as your data will not have any identifiable information on it. Instead of your name, a code number will be used. This number will be put on your transcripts. This is called pseudonymisation.
If necessary, you have the right to lodge a complaint with the Data Protection Commissioner. Their contact details can be found at the top of this document.
Until data is analysed by the researcher (May 2019), you have the right to the following;
It would be impossible to conduct this research without processing of your data, therefore data processing is necessary. Data processing is any operation which is performed on personal data, such as collection, recording, organisation, structuring, storage, adaptation or alteration, retrieval, consultation, use, disclosure by transmission, dissemination or otherwise making available, alignment or combination, restriction, erasure or destruction (Act 4(2), General Data Protection Regulation, 2016).
Your data will used for this research only and will not be used for any other research without your explicit consent.
Further information: You can get more information or answers to your questions about the study, your participation in the study, and your rights, from Dr. Katie Cremin who can be telephoned at 01 8963813. If the researcher learns of important new information that might affect your desire to remain in the study, we will update this page to reflect these changes.