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You can obtain ALLHAT data one of three ways:

  • Collaborate with an ALLHAT sponsor and the Coordinating Center to analyze data and write a paper or a project proposal.
    • Send a Concept Proposal to Dr. Ellen Breckenridge at the Coordinating Center to get this process started.
    • If your concept is approved, a Coordinating Center liaison will be assigned. You will be invited to identify an ALLHAT sponsor and provide a more detailed proposal for your paper or project. Upon request, the Coordinating Center can help identify an ALLHAT sponsor.
    • The ALLHAT study leadership will review the detailed proposal. If accepted, a timetable will be developed and work can proceed.
  • Request a data set to produce your own data runs for your paper or project.
    • Send a Concept Proposal to Dr. Ellen Breckenridge at the Coordinating Center to get this process started.
    • If your concept is approved, a Coordinating Center liaison will be assigned. You will be invited to identify an ALLHAT sponsor  and provide a more detailed proposal for your paper or project. Upon request, the Coordinating Center can help identify an ALLHAT sponsor.
    • The ALLHAT study leadership will review the detailed proposal.
    • Work on your request will proceed after the following are received at the Coordinating Center:
      • IRB approval from your own institution
      • A Data Distribution Agreement asserting compliance with confidentiality guidelines for use of the data
  • Request a limited access data set from NHLBI at https://biolincc.nhlbi.nih.gov/home/ biolincc logo

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