End of the transition period
The UK is no longer part of the EU, but nothing has changed for EURO SHOCK. Our UK-based project coordinator and trial sponsor, the University of Leicester, and our several UK partners recruiting patients confirm that no changes to contracts or other agreements are needed at this time.
The UK announced that the treaty agreed with the EU will ensure the free flow of data from the EU and EEA to the UK until the decision is issued, or for a maximum of six months. This means that EURO SHOCK can rely on the free flow of data from 1 January 2021 and will not have to make any changes to data protection practices.
Brexit - new EU-UK partnership: where do we stand? Retrieved on 05.01.2021 from NL - Government
UK-EU Trade and Cooperation Agreement. Retrieved on 05.01.2021 from UK - Government
Guidance for health and social care researchers at the end of the Transition Period. Retrieved on 05.01.2021 from NHS - Health Research Authority
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