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eHealth Workshop - 25th-26th April 2013
Middlesex University, London

Programme - eHealth - legal, ethical and governance challenges

Programme Day 1 - Thursday 25 April 2013

Location: Hendon Town Hall, Committee Room 1


An orientation towards an international, organisational and professional/occupational view of health and well-being and eHealth services.


12-13.30: Registration, mix-and-mingle (refreshments available).


13.30-13.40: Welcome, Professor Balbir Barn, Associate Dean - Research, School of Science and Technology, Middlesex University, UK.

13.40-13.50: Introduction to the workshop, Carlisle George/Penny Duquenoy, School of Science and Technology, Middlesex University, UK, and Diane Whitehouse, The Castlegate Consultancy, UK.

13.50 -14.15: Keynote 1: Frank Cunningham, Health and well-being unit, European Commission, Brussels. European and International Collaboration in Transforming Healthcare Systems.

14.15-14.30: Q+A

14.30-15.00: Keynote 2: Tony Solomonides, Director of Clinical Research Informatics, Center for Clinical and Research Informatics, NorthShore University Health System, USA. Comparing eHealth in the UK and US - an overview.

15.00-15.15: Q+A

15.15-15.45:Discussion session 1

15.45-16.15: Afternoon break

16.15-17.45: Invited speaker: Peter Singleton, Director, Cambridge Health Informatics:
European Union proposed Data Protection Regulation and Health Data Re-use.

17.45-18.00: Short presentations by Rod Tooher, Independent Policy Consultant and former UK lead on eHealth Information Governance for eHealth and Magda Rosenmoeller, Professor, IESE Business School, "IT Governance in Healthcare Institutions".

18.00-19.30: Return to hotel and/or a local venue an opportunity to relax.

19:30 Drinks for Workshop Dinner a local pub

20:00 Dinner.

Programme Day 2 Friday 26 April 2013

Location: Hendon Town Hall, Committee Room 1

This day will be oriented toward the data protection, privacy, and legal or ethical aspects of health and well-being and eHealth services. The subject of focus is likely to be persons involved in the various professions and occupations involved in health and eHealth provision, including those with an informatics/computing orientation.

9.30-9.55: Welcome and introduction to the day, Carlisle George/Penny Duquenoy/Diane Whitehouse.

9.55-10:25: Keynote 3: Mik Horswell, Chairman, UK Council for Health Informatics Professions, UK: Working to create a credible and valued health informatics profession.

10.25-10.40 Q+A

10.40-10:55: Morning break

10.55-11.25: Invited speaker: Malcolm Fisk, Co-Director, Age Research Centre Health Design and Technology Institute, Coventry University, UK: The ethics of telehealth services (A code of practice).

11.25-11.40 Q+A

11.40-12.10 Short presentations from Deborah Malcalzoni, Uppsala University, Sweden Electronic dynamic consent - patient-centric experiences; Denise Oram, Glyndŵr University, UK: The ethics of microchipping, and implications for well-being.

12.10-12.40: Discussion session 2.

12.40-13.30: Lunch break

13.30-14.00 Short presentations from Gurmit Singh, School of Education, Leeds University, UK, Electronic CPD (eCPD) governance: A practice theory view to improve impact Jasmine Leonce, Consultant Obstetrician, Lister Hospital Stevenage, UK A medical practitioner's view of eHealth.

14.00-14.30: Discussion session 3.

14.30-15.00: Afternoon break

15.30-16.15 Summary of discussions

16.15-16.30: Next steps, thanks, and closing session: Carlisle George/Penny Duquenoy/Diane Whitehouse


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