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Ensuring Good Practice and Demonstrating Compliance with GDPR in Health and Social Care

On-Demand

On-Demand

On-Demand virtual training

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This On-Demand 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 will begin with an opening address focusing on Information Sharing, GDPR and COVID-19, the current situation and also moving forward beyond the pandemic. Through national updates, expert led extended interactive sessions and practical case studies the conference will support you to improve practice your service. The conference will also look at secondary use of data, ensuring frontline staff understand GPDR Principles, multi agency information sharing, and compliance monitoring.

“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.”

Dame Fiona Caldicott, National Data Guardian 2020

The Conference will also update delegates on Caldicott Guardian developments and the proposed new Caldicott Principle which is currently in consultation:

“Principle 8: Inform patients and service users about how their confidential information is used A range of steps should be taken to ensure no surprises for patients and service users, so they can have clear expectations about how and why their confidential information is used, and what choices they have about this. These steps will vary depending on the use: as a minimum, this should include providing accessible, relevant and appropriate information - in some cases, greater engagement will be required.”

January 2021

 This conference will enable you to:

  • 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
  • Improving multi-agency information sharing 
  • Identify strategies for Data flow mapping, developing the Information Assets Register and ensuring a lawful basis for processing personal data
  • Learn from case studies and understand the implication of the new Caldicott Principle “no surprises”
  • Ensure you are up to date with the latest legal advice

Fee Options

NHS & Public Sector

£145.00

(£174.00)

Voluntary sector & charities

£145.00

(£174.00)

Commercial organisations

£145.00

(£174.00)

(Prices in brackets include VAT)

Discounts

Additional delegate discount:

A discount of 15% will be applied to fees for any extra delegates.

Online discount:

A discount of 10% will be applied if you pay using the website.

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