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Workshop on secondary use of digital data in health care delivery improvement and clinical research

This free workshop include national and local speakers.


2:00pmMihi: Eru Waiti , Te Komiti Whakarite
2:05–2:45pmNational NZ data landscape (health / non health) and data custodianship
Simon Ross. Lead Data Steward, Data and Digital, Ministry of Health
2:45–3:15pmAn overview of how ‘new’ virtual data can be generated to help make health researchers’ lives easier.
Prof John Pickering, UOC
3:15–3:45pmTea/coffee break
3:45–4:45pmImproving health care delivery through the secondary use of data: linking of medical, administrative and other data sets
Dr Hamish Jamieson, University of Otago Christchurch and Rochelle Style will present a case study discussing the clinical and ethical dilemmas associated with linking clinical data sets
4:45–5:30pmShowcasing CDHB capabilities and resources: Our data warehouse and research office resources
Various CDHB staff
5:30–6:00pmSnacks and networking

Keynote speakers

Rochelle Style

Rochelle Style imageRochelle is an independent researcher who consults in the bioethics space throughout New Zealand. She has given numerous presentations on data ethics and Artificial Intelligence & ethics. She was previously a lawyer and was a partner in one of New Zealand’s leading law firms, Bell Gully. Currently, she has several roles related to HDEC ethics committees and the National Ethical Health Research guidelines.

Rochelle has developed an interactive session, together with local clinical input, specifically for this workshop: ‘Ethical considerations of a patient-based case study involving AI and new technologies with interactive audience input’.

Simon Ross

Simon Ross imageSimon has been managing the privacy aspects of sharing identifiable health information in various roles in the Ministry of Health, since 2009. Simon moved into the role of Lead Data Steward for the Ministry of Health in 2017. This role takes a whole-of-organisation view of what the Ministry needs to do to manage its data as an asset to help improve health outcomes, while protecting the privacy and confidentiality interests of New Zealanders. Simon has been invited to Christchurch to give us his perspectives on aspects of national and international health data governance and stewardship.

Date Wednesday, 30 October 2019
Time 2:00pm - 6:00pm
Audience Public
Event Category Health Sciences
Location Rolleston Lecture Theatre, Christchurch School of Medicine

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