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Caldicott 2 public evidence sessions


Thanks for visiting my blog. I am Chair of INVOLVE - the UK's national advisory group on public involvement - and NIHR National Director for Public Participation and Engagement in Research. I was CEO at the Association of Medical Research Charities (AMRC) from 2006 until 2011. My full profile can be found on the 'Biography' page. The views on here are all personal ones unless otherwise stated. I hope you enjoy some of the things I write and/or find a useful link or two along the way.

If you are looking for Olympics-mayhem avoidance strategies then what better than taking the opportunity to share your views on Information Governance.

My good colleagues at INVOLVE have reminded me to remind you, that Caldicott’s remaining public workshops will take place on 8 August in Birmingham and on 22 August in Oxford.  The one in Leeds today was oversubscribed I believe.  The sessions are designed to capture the views of patients, service users and carers. The 3 key areas they would like to explore are:

1.     Your experience of how appropriately your information has been shared and not shared, 2.     Your expectations for access to and control of your health and social care information (including carers’ access and control), 3.     How you think your information should be used and shared in the future (e.g. for your care, for research etc)

Further information is available on the website.

You can also read the key points from the evidence I gave to Caldicott a few weeks agoon my blog here:

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