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Trustworthy Governance and data driven innovation in Healthcare

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Centre for Digital Transformation of Health Lunchtime Seminar Series

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Title: Trustworthy governance and data driven innovation in Healthcare

Speaker: Associate Professor Mark Taylor

What is trustworthy governance and why is it important to data driven healthcare innovation? In this presentation, Mark Taylor reflects on principles of data governance relevant to the protection and promotion of confidence that data provided for care purposes are used appropriately to innovate and transform healthcare.

Speaker’s Biography: Mark Taylor, PhD is Associate Professor in Health Law and Regulation, Melbourne Law School and Deputy Director of HeLEX@Melbourne. Mark chaired the national Confidentiality Advisory Group in England and Wales for 5 years. He was policy advisor to the Health Research Authority in England for 3 years and a member of the drafting group for the OECD Recommendation on Health Data Governance. He remains an advisor to the National Data Guardian for health and adult social care in England.

The Centre for Digital Transformation of Health Lunch time Series

The Centre for Digital Transformation of Health advocates for the movement towards connected health.

The Centre supports co-hosting seminar arrangements with The University of Melbourne and its partner organisations. Seminars may be held online, at a different venue, or on an alternative day and time (our seminars are usually held on Thursdays between 12-1pm) in order to accommodate guest speakers or to promote jointly hosted events.

If you would like to co-host a seminar or get in touch with us, please email: health-informatics@unimelb.edu.au

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