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A Grid-aware Access Control Mechanism in a Clinical Database for Parkinson's Disease Research and Diagnosis

Susumu Date, Kazunori Nozaki, Haruki Nakamura, Saburo Sakoda, Shinji Shimojo
2008 IPSJ Transactions on Bioinformatics  
Also, it is shown that the proposed access control mechanism can be operated with low-cost administration and acceptable overhead.  ...  From this perspective, in this paper, we present a Grid-aware access control mechanism leveraging MyProxy, GSI, PER-MIS and XSLT, which we have built into a clinical database for Parkinson's research and  ...  We would like to further improve the proposed access control mechanism by considering such issues as a practical access control model and incurred overhead time.  ... 
doi:10.2197/ipsjtbio.1.42 fatcat:3ie2jjapm5gofgf5a5fizg37ly

Experiences of Applying Advanced Grid Authorisation Infrastructures [chapter]

R. O. Sinnott, A. J. Stell, D. W. Chadwick, O. Otenko
2005 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Experiences in applying and stress testing this API from a variety of different application domains are essential to give insight into the practical aspects of large scale usage of authorisation infrastructures  ...  This paper presents experiences from the DTI funded BRIDGES project [10] and the JISC funded DyVOSE project [11] in using this API with Globus version 3.3 [12] and the PERMIS authorisation infrastructure  ...  The PERMIS software realises a Role Based Access Control (RBAC) authorisation infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.1007/11508380_28 fatcat:s2iijcfbwzgvxfc2r5hnokpcnq

Expressions of expertness

Philip Inglesant, M. Angela Sasse, David Chadwick, Lei Lei Shi
2008 Proceedings of the 4th symposium on Usable privacy and security - SOUPS '08  
PERMIS, based on the Role-Based Access Control (RBAC) model, provides a unified, scalable infrastructure to address these challenges.  ...  We designed and implemented a controlled natural language system to support these needs, which we evaluated with a cross-section of 17 target users.  ...  Challenges in RBAC Policy Specification Access control in PERMIS is based on a well understood, unified access control model, a variant of RBAC.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1408664.1408675 dblp:conf/soups/InglesantSCS08 fatcat:gyxu4p577nbppgbadb2ob46q6u

Delegation of access rights in multi-domain service compositions

Laurent Bussard, Anna Nano, Ulrich Pinsdorf
2009 Identity in the Information Society  
Abstract delegation allows to harmonize the management of heterogeneous access control mechanisms and to offer a unified user experience.  ...  This article specifies abstract delegation, discusses theoretical aspects of the concept, and provides technical details of a validation implementation supporting a variety of access controls and associated  ...  Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution Noncommercial License which permits any noncommercial use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12394-009-0031-5 fatcat:rbzuyu6alnhabokxz5wokqdoh4

Grid infrastructures for secure access to and use of bioinformatics data: experiences from the BRIDGES project

R. Sinnott, M. Bayer, A. Stell, J. Koetsier
2006 First International Conference on Availability, Reliability and Security (ARES'06)  
The uptake and adoption of the project results are also presented along with the challenges that must be overcome to support the secure exchange of life science data sets.  ...  We also present how we will use the BRIDGES experiences in future projects at the National e-Science Centre.  ...  The Genetics Healthcare Initiative [33] at NeSC is also involved in linking genetic information from people across Scotland with their medical records via a Grid infrastructure.  ... 
doi:10.1109/ares.2006.69 dblp:conf/IEEEares/SinnottBSK06 fatcat:egjpcwiet5ggdjqgygtltjpytq

Self-adaptive authorisation in OpenStack cloud platform

Carlos Eduardo Da Silva, Thomás Diniz, Nelio Cacho, Rogério de Lemos
2018 Journal of Internet Services and Applications  
The use of self-adaptation for handling insider threats has been motivated by the fact that self-adaptation has been shown to be quite effective in dealing with uncertainty in a wide range of applications  ...  For that, we have identified and analysed several insider threats scenarios in the context of the OpenStack cloud platform, and have developed a prototype that was used for experimenting and evaluating  ...  Moreover, SAAF uses PERMIS [7] as authorisation system, which is different from Open-Stack Keystone, and one of the differences is latter's reliance on a token-based mechanism.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s13174-018-0090-7 fatcat:titolnza5fcwdccmtl42dzeeg4

Health-e-Child : An Integrated Biomedical Platform for Grid-Based Paediatric Applications [article]

Joerg Freund, Dorin Comaniciu, Yannis Ioannis, Peiya Liu, Richard McClatchey, Edwin Morley-Fletcher, Xavier Pennec, Giacomo Pongiglione, Xiang ZHOU
2006 arXiv   pre-print
There is a compelling demand for the integration and exploitation of heterogeneous biomedical information for improved clinical practice, medical research, and personalised healthcare across the EU.  ...  The project will build a Grid-enabled European network of leading clinical centres that will share and annotate biomedical data, validate systems clinically, and diffuse clinical excellence across Europe  ...  Acknowledgements The authors thank the European Commission and their institutes for support and particularly acknowledge the contribution to this paper of the following Health-e-Child consortium members  ... 
arXiv:cs/0603036v2 fatcat:2qbhyrzjwbg7xfdzmmynvtjya4

GIMI: the past, the present and the future

A. Simpson, D. Power, D. Russell, M. Slaymaker, V. Bailey, C. Tromans, M. Brady, L. Tarassenko
2010 Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences  
sources to support a range of healthcare applications.  ...  GIMI was funded by the UK's Technology Strategy Board with the intention of developing a service-oriented framework to facilitate the secure sharing and aggregation of heterogeneous data from disparate  ...  Ghita Kouadri Mostefaoui, Xiaoqi Ma and Graeme Wilson contributed to the development of SIF.  ... 
doi:10.1098/rsta.2010.0153 pmid:20643683 fatcat:2qej4mezazfgxn7jnv6id7ezpe

The NHS as a proving ground for cryptosystems

Chris R Dalton
2003 Information Security Technical Report  
But systems handling patients' medical records are subject to a plethora of laws, policies, guidelines, and practices for controlling the access, use, and storage of the information.  ...  But systems handling patients' medical records are subject to a plethora of laws, policies, guidelines, and practices for controlling the access, use, and storage of the information.  ...  In particular, thanks to Nigel Harvey, Nigel Hudson, Aled Edwards, Kenny Paterson, and Jonathan Griffin for their helpful comments on early drafts of this paper.  ... 
doi:10.1016/s1363-4127(03)00309-1 fatcat:rfq5fbnk7fdwlodgbw3sjiye7q

Development of Required Postgraduate Palliative Care Training for Internal Medicine Residents and Medical Oncology Fellows

Douglas Ross, Deborah Shpritz, Carla Alexander, Kennita Carter, Martin Edelman, Nancy Friedley, Alnoor Hemani, Timothy Keay, Susan Roy, Henry Silverman, David Tasker, Dan Timmel (+2 others)
2004 Journal of Cancer Education  
Adult learners tend to be practical, relevancy and goal oriented, self-directed, and possess a foundation of life experiences.  ...  The end-of-course objectives are (1) analyze the value of palliative care as a component of medical practice; (2) dem- onstrate a compassionate approach to the care of patients with terminal illness; and  ... 
doi:10.1207/s15430154jce1902_6 pmid:15456662 fatcat:wezekw26tbhlrimfm7obd4oddu

Real time availability and consistency of health-related information across multiple stakeholders: A blockchain based approach

Zlate Dodevski, Sonja Filiposka, Anastas Mishev, Vladimir Trajkovik
2021 Computer Science and Information Systems  
This paper presents alternative way of dealing with information exchange across multiple stakeholders by justifying the use of decentralized approach, distributed access and solution how to comprehensively  ...  We propose an architectural design and overview of a specific use case with focus on information exchange processes between health insurance providers and health care organizations, by using blockchain  ...  Many research papers and practical application were introduced, with blockchain as foundation technology.  ... 
doi:10.2298/csis200426017d fatcat:2z7iqrahu5gixb7tsvd6xvggee

Heart donation and transplantation after circulatory determination of death: expert guidance from a Canadian consensus building process
Don et transplantation cardiaques après un décès circulatoire : évaluation d'experts issus d'un processus canadien d'établissement de consensus

Sam D. Shemie, Sylvia Torrance, Lindsay Wilson, Laura Hornby, Janet MacLean, Jim Mohr, Clay Gillrie, Mitesh V. Badiwala, Andrew Baker, Darren H. Freed, Christy Simpson, Jeanne Teitelbaum (+2 others)
2021 Canadian Journal of Anesthesia  
international protocols with existing Canadian medical, legal, and ethical practices, and to discuss implementation barriers.  ...  approval for the use of an ex situ perfusion device in humans) and in alignment with current medical guidelines for DCD.  ...  This report contains guidance that must be assessed in the context of a full review of applicable medical, legal, and ethical requirements in any individual case.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s12630-021-01926-2 pmid:33543427 fatcat:ieybjqcwhjdobehasnowldogwq

Supporting UK-wide e-clinical trials and studies

Anthony Stell, Richard Sinnott, Oluwafemi Ajayi
2008 Proceedings of the 15th ACM Mardi Gras conference on From lightweight mash-ups to lambda grids: Understanding the spectrum of distributed computing requirements, applications, tools, infrastructures, interoperability, and the incremental adoption of key capabilities - MG '08  
The Grid paradigm provides one model for seamless access to such data and support of these processes.  ...  The structure of the information available in the health-care domain in the UK itself varies broadly in-line with the national boundaries of the constituent states (England, Scotland, Wales and Northern  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS The authors would like to acknowledge the UK Medical Research Council (MRC), the funders of the VOTES project.  ... 
doi:10.1145/1341811.1341828 dblp:conf/mg/StellSA08 fatcat:2ukxt66vkfaxxgrb7ld6enxeka

Policy perspectives on the emerging pathways of personalized medicine

Gregory J Downing
2009 Dialogues in Clinical Neuroscience  
It is now feasible to consider strategic application of genomic information to guide patient management by being predictive, preemptive, and preventive, and enabling patient participation in medical decisions  ...  A broad range of public policy positions will need to be considered for the health care delivery enterprise to accommodate the promise of this new science and technology for the benefit of patients.  ...  Acknowledgements: Jessica Nadler, PhD and Constanze Coon, PhD contributed to manuscript preparation and editing.  ... 
pmid:20135895 pmcid:PMC3181936 fatcat:3nmswzhi25dc7crh2kc4jeduki

How Grid enables E-Science?

Yoshio TANAKA
2009 Synthesiology English edition  
This paper presents an example of Grid-based E-Science and its application to a wide range of scientific communities.  ...  The plan is to promote information integration of geological and satellite information owned by AIST, to promote further integration of this data with a broad range of earth observation information, and  ...  Neil Chue Hong of the UK E-Science Centre and Dr. Valerio Venturi of OMII Europe. I had useful discussions on OGSA-DQP with Dr. Steven Lynden of AIST.  ... 
doi:10.5571/syntheng.2.35 fatcat:jqubmzmta5flzn6x64qgy7bwva
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