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Health IT 2019 Workshop



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2019 workshop

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 Health IT Workshop - 7th and 8th November 2019 

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 Emerging Technologies in Healthcare - Legal, Ethical & Social Aspects

Thursday, 7th and Friday, 8th November 2019
Middlesex University, London

You are invited to participate in a 1.5 day workshop on "Emerging Technologies in Healthcare - Legal, Ethical and Social Aspects" jointly organised by Middlesex University (UK), The University of Miami (USA), The Castlegate Consultancy (UK) and The European Centre for Ethics, Law and Governance in Health Information Technology (ECELGHIT).

The workshop will be held on Thursday, 7th and Friday, 8th November 2019 at Middlesex University, (Town Hall, Committee Room 3), Hendon campus, London, United Kingdom (see travel information below). 


  • Dr. Andre Boorsma, Senior Researcher/Consultant Molecular and Systems Biology,  Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), The Netherlands. Advisor  - Holland Health Data Cooperative (HHDC).
    • Privacy-respecting Approach to Data Analytics for Health Care Purposes

  • Mr  John Crawford, Managing Director and Health IT consultant - CrawfordWorks, former member of IBM’s global Healthcare and Life Sciences Industry team, and former President - European Health Telematics Association (EHTEL).
    • Big Data, Analytics and AI for Health – Benefits and Risks: A Short History
  • Dr Paul R. DeMuro, Attorney (specialist practice areas include: Healthcare, Health IT, Healthcare Compliance & Operations)- Nelson Mullins, Attorneys and Counselors at Law, Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.
    • Patient-Generated Health Data and Healthcare Information Fiduciaries

  • Dr Carlisle George, Associate Professor and Barrister - Middlesex University, Senior Legal Expert - Milieu Ltd (Law and Policy Consulting), Brussels, Belgium. 
    • Artificial Intelligence for Health and Care in the EU
  • Mrs Sukhvinder Hara, Senior Lecturer -Middlesex University, ANEC committee member on the European Commission’s Digital Society for Blockchain and Digital Ledger Technologies Standardisation Group, founding member - Oxford Blockchain Foundation.
    • Quality Audits with Blockchain for Healthcare in the UK

  • Mr Farad Jusob, PhD Student - Middlesex University.
    • A Novel Privacy Framework for mHealth when Managing Chronic Diseases
  • Dr Jasmine Leonce, Consultant Obstetrician, Clinical Director (Obstetrics) - Lister Hospital, Stevenage, UK.
    • Digitalisation in Maternity: Improving the patient experience

  • Dr George Ogoh, Research Fellow - Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility, De Montfort University, UK.
    • Data Governance in International Neuroscience Research
  • Dr Glenford Mapp, Associate Professor - Middlesex University.
    • Securing eHealth and mHealth: Moving from Frameworks to Prototypes
  • Dr Ian Mitchell, Associate Professor and Programme Leader for Cyber Security and Digital Forensics - Middlesex University, London.
    • Quality Audits with Blockchain for Healthcare in the UK

  • Prof Stefania Montani, Professor of Computer Science, University of Piemonte Orientale Alessandria Area, Italy,  Expert in Artificial Intelligence and Medical Informatics.
    • How Data-driven AI can Benefit from Formalized Knowledge to Become More “Explainable”: An Experience from Medical Process Mining
  • Dr Joana Namorado, Medical Doctor and Project Manager - Fraunhofer Institute for Biomedical Engineering (Ethics), former Policy Officer - European Commission (DG Research & Innovation, Health-Ethics).
    • Data Protection, Privacy and Data Sharing for Health. Ethics and Legal Framework
  • Mr Richard Taylor, Subject Manager for Information Technology in a Global Society, Computer Science and Design Technology, International Baccalaureate Organisation, Cardiff.
    • Exploring The Societal Impacts of Emerging eHealth Technologies with High-School Students

  • Prof Harold Thimbleby, Professor of Computer Science - Swansea University, Wales. Honorary Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians and Fellow of the Royal College of Physicians of Edinburgh.
    • Digital Healthcare and the Ethical Principle of Dual Effect Applied to Digital Healthcare

  • Mr Brian Tranter, ANEC representative on the International Electrotechnical Commission's (IEC) Standardization Evaluation Group (SEG10) for Ethics in Autonomous and Artificial Intelligence Applications.

    • Standards for the Ethics of AI  

  • Mr Marc van Lieshout, Senior Researcher/Advisor, Strategy & Policy - Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research (TNO), The Netherlands. Managing Director - Radboud University iHub interdisciplinary centre for Security, Privacy and Data Governance, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.
    • A Privacy-respecting Approach to Data Analytics for Health Care Purposes

  • Ms Nattaruedee Vitanwattana, PhD Student - Middlesex University.
    • Developing a Comprehensive Information Security Framework for mHealth: Novel Contributions

  • Ms Diane Whitehouse, Director -The Castlegate Consultancy, Principal eHealth Policy Consultant - European Health Telematics Association (EHTEL) and former Chair - ICT & Society (IFIP TC9).
    • Digital Health Europe: Collaborating with People and Patients Through Platforms and “Spaces”

  • Mr Chris Zielinski, Visiting Fellow at the Centre for Global Health and Head of the Partnerships in Health Information programme - University of Winchester (UK). Former Director of Health and Biomedical Information – World Health Organisation (WHO), former employee of FAO and several other UN organizations.
    • The Language of Automated Medicine