Data Governance for Digital Health

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Start time
April 29, 2020
,
10:00 am
Location
Zoom
End Time
April 29, 2020
,
12:49 pm

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SimDH presents this intimate opportunity to learn from Public Health England Digital Strategist, Lisa Murphy.

Benefits

This session will cover:

  • Why you need appropriate governance in place for your data use.
  • The data governance standards and regulations you need to meet.
  • What is data governance framework?
  • Creating and applying data governance framework to your context.
  • Key issues you may encounter whilst ensuring ethical use of data.
  • What does consent look like?

Data governance is particularly important in the Health & Social Care sectors as it contains extremely sensitive information.

Once you understand data governance framework, you'll find ways to strategise getting maximum potential from minimal data.

This will help you:

  • Avoid reputation-damaging data breaches (and the legal/financial implications)
  • Gain trust from potential clinical and consumer adopters
  • Create corporate transparency and build a brand that users can trust.


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The Facilitator

Lisa Murphy, Digital Strategist and Clinical fellow with a passion for health policy and technology.

Lisa's expertise is built on her current roles as:

• Digital Strategist, Public Health England

• Trustee and migrant justice, MedAct

• Digital Health Alumni Fellow, Newspeak House

Lisa also has experience as a Junior Doctor in East London, and has previously worked with the World Health Organisation and the UK Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management.

She has been involved in advocacy around health inequalities for almost 10 years, primarily working with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health as a youth representative – developing clinical guidelines and influencing policy related to equality in young people’s health and care. As a medical student, Lisa worked within Students For Global Health, delivering diverse educational workshops and building a strong background in capacity building.

She currently is working on ensuring the use of technology in the NHS is ethical and effective, and has a keen interest in data driven healthcare.

Connect with Lisa on Twitter

The Facilitators

Lisa Murphy, Digital Strategist and Clinical fellow with a passion for health policy and technology.

Lisa's expertise is built on her current roles as:

• Digital Strategist, Public Health England

• Trustee and migrant justice, MedAct

• Digital Health Alumni Fellow, Newspeak House

Lisa also has experience as a Junior Doctor in East London, and has previously worked with the World Health Organisation and the UK Faculty of Medical Leadership and Management.

She has been involved in advocacy around health inequalities for almost 10 years, primarily working with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health as a youth representative – developing clinical guidelines and influencing policy related to equality in young people’s health and care. As a medical student, Lisa worked within Students For Global Health, delivering diverse educational workshops and building a strong background in capacity building.

She currently is working on ensuring the use of technology in the NHS is ethical and effective, and has a keen interest in data driven healthcare.

Connect with Lisa on Twitter

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