If you plan to make your data openly available or to reuse/repurpose your data, you need to obtain consent from your study participants. This process involves two parts:
1. An information sheet that includes information about collecting and safeguarding the data including information about storage and reuse.
2. A consent form that explicitly asks participant if they agree to archiving, reuse and sharing of the data.
(Source: University of Toronto Libraries - Research Data Management - Consent Forms.)
Sample consent language:
“By participating in this research I hereby give consent for my *de-identified* information to be used for research purposes beyond this immediate project.”
(Source: CARL - (Some) Research Data Management Best Practices )
Sensitive Data Expert Group. (2020, October 1). Sensitive Data Toolkit for Researchers Part 3: Research Data Management Language for Informed Consent. Zenodo. http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.4107178. Licensed with CC-BY-NC 4.0