Health Research Authority looks for good practice in identifying research participants – survey.

Excuse my laziness but it is Saturday. Here's a copy of a press release put out by the a Health Research Authority (HRA) on Wednesday about a call (in essence, a survey) they are doing for good practice in identifying potential participants for research studies. The results of the work will be published by HRA... Continue Reading →

Caldicott 2 public evidence sessions

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... Continue Reading →

‘Caldicott 2’ Evidence gathering session on research – ‘patients and the public’ questions

'Caldicott 2' is the health and social care information governance review being conducted by Dame Fiona Caldicott with a due date for completion this autumn.  The title of the review is 'Information: to share or not to share?' I passed by the official website today and noticed that it now has a huge amount of information... Continue Reading →

Health Information Governance Review: Caldicott at Health In4matics

I thought that people might be interested in this report from the Health Service Journal (HSJ) of a speech that Dame Fiona Caldicott made at the Health In4matics conference earlier this week.  She discusses the challenges for GPs in providing patients with online access to their medical records. I heard this week that the Department... Continue Reading →

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