Survey Item Responses N (%)
How would you rate your overall thoughts, attitudes, and perceptions of data-sharing?
(N=174)
Positive (e.g., the potential benefits of data sharing outweigh potential harms) 80 (46.0)
Neutral (e.g., indifferent towards data sharing) 21 (12.1)
Negative (e.g., the potential harms of data sharing outweigh the potential benefits) 12 (6.9)
Did not respond 61 (35.1)
 
Has your position as an editorial board member changed your thoughts, attitudes, and perceptions towards data sharing?
(N=174)
Yes 11 (6.3)
No 101 (58.0)
Did not respond 62 (35.6)
 
When is the optimal time that authors should share their data?
(N=174)
Upon request to the corresponding author 23 (13.2)
Only after acceptance but before publication 22 (12.6)
Authors should not be required to share their data 19 (10.9)
At the time of submission 17 (9.8)
Within 1 year of publication 16 (9.2)
Within 6 months of publication 9 (5.2)
Other 8 (4.6)
Did not respond 60 (34.5)
 
Is there a current data-sharing policy that already exists which you believe should be adopted and implemented by all journals in addiction medicine?
(N=174)
Yes 11 (6.3)
No 25 (14.4)
Unsure 78 (44.8)
Did not respond 60 (34.5)
 
If there is a current data sharing policy that already exists which you believe should be adopted and implemented by all journals in addiction medicine, which data-sharing policy would you endorse?
(N=14)
National Institute of Health (NIH) Data Sharing Policy (2020) 8 (57.1)
FAIR principles to data sharing 3 (21.4)
International Committee for Medical Journal Editors (ICMJE) 3 (21.4)
 
In your opinion, under what conditions should someone be allowed to use data collected by another researcher? (check all that apply)
(N=473)
Owner and/or funding agencies which provided the original data receive formal acknowledgement in all disseminated work using the original data 85 (18.0)
Owners of the original data receive an opportunity to collaborate on the project (e.g., consultation on analytic methods, interpretation/dissemination of results) 84 (17.8)
Mutual agreement between the owner of the original data and the party requesting access to the data is reached. 72 (15.2)
Coauthorship on original manuscript where data was collected 62 (13.1)
Owner of the original data must receive a list of all products that contain the original data (e.g., educational materials, abstracts, posters, conference presentations, and articles), but approval is NOT required 58 (12.3)
Owner of the original data receives––at least in part––compensation to cover the cost of collecting, organizing, and maintaining the original data 34 (7.2)
Owner of the original data must receive a list of all products that contain the original data (e.g., educational materials, abstracts, posters, conference presentations, and articles), AND approval IS required 28 (5.9)
Legal permission for use of the data is required 28 (5.9)
Owner of the original data must approve of any/all results based on the original data 22 (4.7)