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eHealth Workshop - 16-17 June 2011
Middlesex University, Trent Park campus, Bramley Road, London N14 4YZ

“Current and emerging challenges of eHealth –
privacy, law, ethics, governance and beyond"

PROGRAMME

Day 1 -  Thursday 16 June  2011

13 30 Brief welcome by the workshop organisers

Diane Whitehouse (The Castlegate Consultancy, United Kingdom), Penny Duquenoy, Carlisle George (Middlesex University, United Kingdom) and Marit Hansen (Independent Centre for Privacy Protection Schleswig Holstein, Germany)

Welcome by Middlesex University
Professor Richard Comley, Associate Dean Research, School of Engineering and Information Sciences, Middlesex University, United Kingdom

Scene-setting
Facilitation by Dr Penny Duquenoy and Dr Carlisle George, Middlesex University, United Kingdom

13 45 Keynote 1
Dr Gillian Braunold MB BS FRCGP, Clinical Director Summary Care Record and HealthSpace, NHS England, United Kingdom
Sharing Electronic Medical Records: shifting the foundations of relationships

14 30 Keynote 2
Prof. Dr. Klaus Pommerening, Johannes-Gutenberg University, Germany
Patient records: challenges for and approaches to safety and security  

15 15 Afternoon break

15 30 Speaker 1 – The legal context for telemedicine in the EU 
Dr. Catalina Dima, Project Officer, European Commission, Directorate-General Information Society, ICT and Health Unit, Belgium

16 00 Speaker 2 – The ethical context: softening dilemmas in medical profiling and online medicine
Dr Peter Mills, Assistant Director, Nuffield Council on Bioethics

16 30 Speaker 3 – The governance context: professionals and solutions 
Dr Jean Roberts, UK council for Health Informatics Professions, United Kingdom

17 00 Speaker 4 – The technological context: eHealth technologies: from electronic medical records to cloud computing
Prof. Dr. Milan Petkovic, Philips Research Centre and Eindhoven University of Technology, Netherlands

17 30 Overview and some preparatory words leading up to Day 2

17 45 End of Day 1

18 15-18 30 Book into hotel

19 30 Dinner at the Royal Chace Hotel

Transportation will be available to take workshop attendees from the campus to the Royal Chace Hotel. The journey lasts around 15 minutes (possibly slightly more at rush hour). Attendees will be able to book into their rooms at the hotel.

Dinner will be taken at the hotel.

Day 2 - Friday 17 June   2011

8 50 Transportation from hotel to campus

9 15 Welcome to Day 2

Diane Whitehouse, The Castlegate Consultancy and chair of IFIP working group 9.2 on social accountability and computing

Tackling current and emerging challenges relating to eHealth

9 30 Panel Session 1 – Electronic health records and their challenges

Facilitator: Dr. Penny Duquenoy, Middlesex University, United Kingdom
– Short introduction

Contributing panellists are asked to offer a brief insight into their ideas on a number of core issues related to electronic health records and their challenges.
Issues to be explored include: How to keep data confidential; how to keep data secure when it is being shared among very different organisations and institutions; what different levels of access should be expected; how should information be managed well and effectively. What are the legal, ethical, governance and technical solutions?

10 45 Morning break

11 00 Panel Session 2 – Telemedicine and its challenges in terms of eHealth

Facilitator: Dr. Carlisle George, Middlesex University, United Kingdom
– Short introduction

Contributing panellists are asked to offer a brief insight into their ideas on a number of core issues relating to telemedicine and its challenges.
Issues to be explored include: barriers to telemedicine; liability and malpractice related to telemedicine; jurisdiction and applicable law; licensing, accreditation and registration of telemedicine services and professionals in EU Member States; privacy and security of patient data; governance of telemedicine. What are the legal, ethical, governance and technical solutions?

12 15 Sandwich lunch

13 30 Panel Session 3 – The Internet and social networking: challenges for eHealth

Facilitator: Dr. Carlisle George, Middlesex University, United Kingdom
– Short introduction

Contributing panellists are asked to offer a brief insight into their ideas on a number of core issues relating to use of the Internet and social networking and the challenges for eHealth.
Issues to be explored include: use of the internet to facilitate healthcare services, e.g. medical advice, patients’ forums, online consultations and drug sales; legal and ethical issues related to use of the Internet and social networks for eHealth, e.g. privacy and confidentiality; liability/responsibility in online environments; governance of online eHealth. What are the legal, ethical, governance and technical solutions?

14 45 Afternoon break

15 00 Showcasing trusted architectures for securely shared services (TAS3 project results) http://www.tas3.eu/, Dr. Tom Kirkham, Nottingham University, UK

15: 15 Next steps: Coping with today's challenges and those which are emerging
Marit Hansen, Deputy Privacy Commissioner, Independent Centre for Privacy Protection Schleswig Holstein, Germany
Diane Whitehouse, The Castlegate Consultancy and chair of IFIP working group on social accountability and computing, United Kingdom

15 45 Roundup discussion and contributions from workshop participants

16 15 Wrap-up and farewell

Dr. Penny Duquenoy and Dr. Carlisle George, Middlesex University, United Kingdom

16 30 End of Day 2

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