This online workshop has now taken place. Created for Clinical Research professionals who have a strong base level understanding of information governance for clinical research. This dedicated online course provided an advanced focus on the practical application of data sharing to solidify your knowledge. As an accurate reflection of the latest changes in the law, this NHS and public sector course contained the most up to date real-world guidance in the field.
If you would like to attend a future event on this topic, please email our Customer Service Team or telephone 01732 897788. They will be happy to assist you.
5 hours Continuing Professional Development
Attendees knowledge was put to the test at this interactive online workshop by working through real world examples and exploring the nuances of data protection law, consent and contracts. Delegates took a step back to reassess their practice and leave this online course inspired and equipped with the skills to apply this learning in their roles. This dedicated workshop focused on:
- Conducting a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
- Completing joint controller arrangements
- Setting out a data sharing and data processing agreements
- Inclusion informed consent forms (ICFs) and patient information sheets
- Information governance relationship mapping
- Joint controller and processor application of GDPR
Introduction, instructions and leader’s opening remarks
|Identifying and minimising risks|
How to conduct a Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA)
Real-world worked examples for completing arrangements
|Patient consent and information|
Consent and participation for clinical research trials
Application of relationships and responsibilities for GDPR
Chair’s closing remarks and close of workshop
Share in first-hand experience
Both Amy and Joe brought their extensive experience and knowledge to guide delegates through this informative workshop. One attendee from 2021’s course commented: “I found the presenters to be extremely knowledgeable, I wish I could have half their knowledge. Well Done!”
A highly skilled and experienced Information Governance Practitioner with a continued keen interest in information law and best practice.
Amy leads an expert team to support the utilisation of innovative digital solutions to make the best use of Big Data in a lawful and secure manner.
An indispensable part of Kaleidoscope Consultants, Amy currently acts as deputy to the Managing Director, as well as ensuring that the delivery and management of consultancy services are running smoothly.
- Expert in information rights law
- Stakeholder IG Training
- Data flow mapping
- Governance strategy/best practice
- Embedding effective stakeholder engagement
- LLM (Masters at Law)/ICSA Grad, Corporate Governance and Law, University of Portsmouth (2015)
- HND (Higher National Diploma, Business (2012)
- Prince 2 Foundation, ILX (2010)
- Professional Diploma at Law, Fareham College (2006)
Joe is a qualified Data Protection Practitioner, with an in-depth knowledge of the Data Protection Act (2018) (DPA), General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and the common law duty of confidence with nearly a decade’s experience in data protection across the public and private sector in health and care.
Taking a special interest in the implementation of digital health technology, Joe has successfully supported both NHS and digital health organisations meet the complex data protection requirements of both the creators and adopters of such technologies. This experience includes being the Information Governance Subject Matter Expert for four NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups and supporting a variety of digital health companies into the NHS with new and emerging technologies such as AI. Joe took the learning and challenges of this complex area when completing his Masters dissertation on the topic of data protection challenges in the implementation of digital health technologies, to which he earned a distinction.
Past attendee feedback
"Well organised, excellent content, confident and knowledgeable presenters"Cardiff & Vale University Local Health Board
"This was an excellent forum. Full of practical and applicable information"Nottingham University Hospitals NHS Trust
“I found this session extremely useful as the team provided a lot of practical examples for research undertaken at the NHS. Highly recommended for anyone involved in the setup/delivery of clinical trials and especially dealing with Sponsored studies”University Hospitals Bristol and Weston NHS Trust
“The day was incredibly informative and worth attending. Having a greater depth of knowledge of the wealth of legislation associated with IG (beyond the basics we are all used to via mandatory training etc.) is definitely relevant to my role and actually the course has served as a prompt to vet the research documents to a greater extent”CRN East Midlands
"Amy and Joe are expert presenters who provided an in-depth and comprehensive coverage of a complex subject. The presentations were very clearly communicated. Plenty of opportunity to ask questions"LCRN East Midlands Core Team | NIHR Clinical Research Network (CRN)
“Excellent overview, good interactive and Q&A sessions”Torbay and South Devon NHS Foundation Trust
“Thank you for finding people that really know their stuff”Pennine Care NHS Foundation Trust