IG for Clinical Research Data, Birmingham
Data protection legislation will change on 25 May 2018 and this new law specifically allows new uses of data for health research purposes that are not permitted under the current law. This is an exciting change, but comes with strings attached and warnings. By the time this event is held, we will also have the government response to the National Data Guardian Review, which also proposes new freedoms for research. All these and more will be covered.
This knowledgeable insight will share case study examples and bring information governance to the front of your mind, in a research context. Previously described as “very informative”, this well-structured Public-sector course will include interactive sessions where you can find out what other Research and Development Units do to follow information governance.
As an accurate reflection of the latest changes in the law, this Public-sector course will contain the most up to date information in the field. All attendees will be asked to complete, in advance, a questionnaire laying out their needs and the event will positively encourage challenge and debate. Current key points to be covered are:
- Responding to the new law: compliance and opportunities for clinical research
- Clinical research strategies: protection rights and freedoms, defining capacity and lawfulness
- Enabling clinical research: explicit consent and consent to contact
- Using privacy enhancing technologies: handling data, HRA approval and privacy by design vs default
This course is of benefit to any Public-sector Research and Development Unit based in Acute Trusts, Ambulance Services, CCGs, Charities, Health Boards, Mental Health Trusts, Networks and Universities. Past attendees include:
- Clinical Data Managers and Clinical Audit Researchers
- Research & Development Practitioners, Nurses and Officers
- Programme & Project Managers and Commercial Operations Manager
- Clinical Studies Officer and Research Site Co-ordinator
- Information Governance Manager and Data & Information Managers
- Directors of Pharmaceutical Liaison, Psychological Services and Biomedical Research
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Now in its seventh year, this informative workshop is designed to bring you up to date and tackle your information governance challenges. This course has been described as a “Really informative day.” With “Speakers very knowledgeable and delivered in a way everyone could understand”, “Exceptionally educational and informative” and “Excellent structure and speakers”.
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Led by David Stone, Managing Director, Kaleidoscope Consultants, the timings will be: 9.00 Registration | 9.30 Start of day | 4.00 Close of day. This is an emerging agenda and the following is a guideline to the day only. The course will focus on the most up to date changes, relevant to when the event takes place:
|1. New law: new opportunities |
a. General Data Protection Regulations from May 2018
b. Complying with the new law
c. What is new, what isn’t
d. What specific opportunities for clinical research
|2. Basic compliance with the new law and strategies for clinical research|
a. Protecting rights and freedoms
b. Defining capacity
c. Fairness, lawfulness and transparency
|3. Strategic options to enable clinical research |
a. Explicit consent
b. Consent to contact
c. Consent for consent
|4. Handling data and using privacy enhancing technologies |
a. Privacy by design
b. Privacy by default
c. HRA approval
David Stone, Managing Director, Kaleidoscope Consultants has been described as a “Very knowledgeable speaker” and is an excellent facilitator, enabling you to learn from the latest changes as well as identifying with other Research and Development Units.
This pricing structure applies across this conference and related events
- NHS or Public Sector for one place £399 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for two or three places (each) £299 + VAT
- NHS or Public Sector for four places (each) £279 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation for one place £699 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation two or three places (each) £599 + VAT
- Commercial Organisation four or more places (each) £579 + VAT
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- Bed & Breakfast accommodation for Tuesday 3rd July 2018 at Holiday Inn Birmingham City Centre, Smallbrook Queensway, Birmingham, B5 4EW : £92 + VAT (subject to availability. Lower rates may be found by booking directly with on-line accommodation website)
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