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IHRIM One Day Focus Workshops - General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

IHRIM One Day Focus Workshops

General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

Bristol November 2nd 2017.

 

Introduction

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the EU’s binding legislation for personal data and is being implemented in 2018.

It has many implications for all that work in the NHS but especially those that work with health records. For this reason, a one day focus event was held in Bristol as a pilot for other similar workshops across the country (if the demand is there.)

 

The programme was as follows:

The history of electronic patient records and their consequences

(Sean Brennan – Director of Communications, IHRIM)

 

Sean described the evolution of electronic/digital records and how the NHS will have to change for them to be successfully used in the delivery of clinical care.

 

GDPR – What does this mean in practice? An overview of key issues and principles

(Records/Information Management, Disclosure, Consent)

Jane Bennett, Associate and Jonathan Moore, Associate, Bevan Brittan Solicitors

 

GDPR will be implemented across the EU in 2018. Jane and Jonathan went through the changes in the data protection principles and how these could affect the NHS.

 

Federation for Health Informatics – ‘Well Connected’ – what does this mean for me?

Russell Friend. Standards Development Manager, FedIP

FedIP replaces UKCHIP as a register for people working in Informatics (ie anyone working with creating/managing or using information).

IHRIM members undertake a number of roles under the Informatics umbrella term and therefore should be interested in what registering with FedIP means for them.

 

Professional Records Standard Body: What and Why?

Lorraine Foley, CEO, PRSB

As we become increasingly digital, the sharing of information across agencies and sectors of the NHS (and others) will become more common. It is essentail that the person sending information and those receiving it have a common understanding of what it is and what it means. The PRSB are responsible for creating and implementing standards which allow this sharing to safely occur.

 

Information Governance Toolkit - expected changes in next version

David Ingham, Senior Project Manager, IG Toolkit Re-Design, NHS Digital

The anticipated changes to the Information Governance toolkit were described by David.

 

Sharing information across organisations safely (The Connecting Care Approach)

Helena Ashton, IG Manager, Connecting Care IG Lead, NHS SC&W CSU

A case study of how to share clinical information across many boundaries was described.

 

 

Safely Sharing Clinical Information Workshop (Bristol) Evaluation

 

Yes

No

 

Yes

No

Member of IHRIM

16%

84%

Workshop of value to you?

83%

7%

Location Good?

97%

3%

 

 

 

 

 

Relevant/Informative?

Yes ++

Yes

+/-

Not really

Not at all

The history of electronic patient records and their

consequences. Sean Brennan- IHRIM

 

63%

37%

 

 

 

GDPR – What does this mean in practice? Jane

Bennett - Bevan Brittan Solicitors

 

56%

38%

3%

3%

 

GDPR – What does this mean in practice?

Jonathan Moore- Bevan Brittan Solicitors

 

56%

34%

6%

3%

 

Federation for Health Informatics – ‘Well Connected’

Russell Friend. FedIP

 

22%

31%

19%

25%

3%

Professional Records Standard Body: What and

Why? Lorraine Foley PRSB

 

26%

32%

19%

23%

 

Information Governance Toolkit - expected changes

in next version. David Ingham. NHS Digital

 

41%

44%

6%

9%

 

Sharing information across organisations safely

(The Connecting Care Approach). Helena

Ashton NHS South, Central & West CSU

 

35%

48%

10%

6%

 

General Arrangements

Very Good

Good

So-So

Poor

Very Poor

Finding the venue

 

44%

41%

16%

 

 

Room Layout

 

44%

47%

9%

 

 

Presentations

 

44%

44%

12%

 

 

Buffet

 

40%

33%

17%

10%

 

Pre event

communications

 

47%

41%

12%

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

                 

 

 

Summary

 

A varied and interesting programme was enjoyed by IHRIM members and non-members alike.

It was considered a good location by all but one attendee and was considered of value to 83% of those who completed the evaluation.

 

 

Our grateful thanks go to Jane Bennett and Jonathan Moore- Bevan Brittan Solicitors for their support in making this one day event a success. 

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