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July 14: Information Governance Toolkit Training Day/Workshop

15 July 2014 at 4:03pm
Date: 
Wednesday, July 2, 2014 - 11:00
Location: 
London
Description: 

Information Governance Toolkit (IGT) for Clinical Research and Education Departments Training Day

(Organised by the NHS-HE Information Governance Working Group)

2nd July 2014,  De Veres Holborn Bar, London10.00-16.00

(registration/coffee from 9.30am)

Aim: To promote the NHS IG Toolkit as an enabling security tool that ensures all research groups handle information securely, assuring, confidentiality, integrity and availability of data.

Programme

1.

Welcome and Introduction to the work of the group, background, history and future aims

Chair, Bridget Kenyon, University College London.

10.00

2.

Current and developing NHS Information Governance Policy and the interface with Research and Education.

Phil Walker, Department of Health

10.20

3.

Why the IGT is needed for Confidentiality Advisory Group (CAG) approval. (Natasha unable to attend - Janet kindly included her key points in next presentation)

Natasha Dunkley, Health Research Authority

10.40

4.

HRA wider developments in research approvals and views on using IGT to assist funding applications

Janet Messer, Health Research Authority

11.00

5.

The IGT submission process – the assessor’s view

Vanessa Kaliapermall, Health & Social Care Information Centre

11.25

6.

Coffee

11.35

7.

The IGT – the applicant’s perspective. A practical over view of the submission process, help desk and query control, plus – a detailed (brief) example of a submission, what’s included and what an approved submission looks like. Some views on coordinated submissions from organisations.

Sarah Lawson, National Perinatal Epidemiology Unit (NPEU), University of Oxford

11.50

8.

Alignment of IGT with ISO 27001/2 and how to use the resulting management system to benchmark good practice and maintain high information security standards.

Bridget Kenyon, University College London

12.40

Lunch

13.10

9.

Break-out sessions – 3 alternative Streams:

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Group 1 – Starting from Scratch – practical help to develop and start completing the submission.  Exemplar information, improvement plan creation, tools and tips for being able to complete to level 2. 

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Group 2 – Masterclass – practical session for those that have already submitted, looking at improvement plans and developments, managing annual returns,  consideration of assurance tools and practical examples of what people already do? 

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Group 3 – Integrated organisational approach – a practical session on developing coordinated organisation-wide approach & tools for submitting research IGT applications.  UCL model? 

All

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Leads: Sarah Lawson & Vanessa Kaliapermall

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Lead: Bridget Kenyon

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Leads: Trevor Peacock & Kirsty Benn-Harris

13.55

10.

Tea

All

15.20

11.

Review of the day & closing remarks

Bridget Kenyon and Panel

15.30

12.

Close

16.00