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This National Conference focuses on Information Governance in Health and Social Care, ensuring demonstrable compliance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), and moving beyond baseline compliance to delivering accountability with a real evidenced understanding of the risks to individuals in the way data is processed and how those risks should be mitigated. This conference will begin with an opening address focusing on Information Sharing, GDPR and COVID-19, the current situation and also moving forward beyond the pandemic.
Information sharing must be done differently to support the fight against COVID-19 and to protect citizens compared to ordinary times. Information may need to be shared more quickly and widely across organisations than normal, or different types of information may need to be collected and used… The COVID-19 response has proven just how effective our confidentiality safeguards are, and how quickly laws and clauses supporting the sharing of confidential patient data in a time of crisis can be activated.
What is appropriate during a public health crisis to meet the overriding need to protect the public against a dangerous disease may not be appropriate when the danger recedes. However, some of the changes that were expedited by the impetus to improve data sharing rapidly may be very beneficial and should be maintained. There must be careful consideration of which of the temporary measures cease, and which are continued.
This conference will enable you to:
• Network with colleagues who are working to ensure GDPR compliance in health and social care
• Understand Information Sharing, GDPR and COVID-19
• Move beyond baseline compliance - developing accountability with a real evidenced understanding of the risks to individuals in the way data is processed and how those risks should be mitigated
• Reflect on national developments and learning from health and social care data breaches
• Improve the way decisions are made around data sharing
• Improving practice and compliance with GDPR and secondary use of data beyond direct care
• Prevent inappropriate access to medical records by health and social care staff which has been demonstrated as a key breach in ICO investigations
• manage subject access requests and redaction of third party data
• Develop your skills in making sustainable disclosure decisions and sharing information responsibly and legitimately
• Improving the understanding of GDPR principles in clinical staff and patients
• Understand the implications of Data breaches and the reporting of Information Governance Serious Incident Investigations
• Identify key strategies for Data flow mapping, developing the Information Assets Register & ensuring there is a lawful basis for processing personal data
• Learn from case studies and understand the implication of the new Caldicott Principle “no surprises”
• Understand the role of the Data Protection Officer
• Ensure you are up to date with the latest legal advice
PLUS: There will be an opportunity to hear from OneTrust EMEA in the pre-conference supplier showcase session