Central London, United Kingdom, January 21, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- With data sharing proving to be a key enabler for cross-organisational initiatives and integrated services, it is essential to understand best practice to reduce costs, eliminate duplication, improve outcomes and avoid delayed responses to crisis cases.
The national Multi-Agency Information Sharing conference is perfectly timed for you to address and build the foundations for effective data sharing. Bringing together best practice from health, police and local authorities, attend this conference to help you to prepare for the new safeguarding measures within the Care Act, share information whilst complying with the Data Protection Act and break down the cultural barriers between agencies to produce effective services.
Keynote: Jonathan Bamford, Head of Strategic Liaison, Information Commissioner's Office
Chair: Stephen Curtis, Director, Centre of Excellence for Information Sharing
Suzanne Wixey, Programme Director for Integrated Care and Support
Isle of Wight NHS Trust
Mark Clark, Detective Inspector, Metropolitan Police Service
Anne Turner, Assistant Director, Children's Services, London Borough of Camden
Karen Graham, Assistant Director South Kent Area, Kent County Council
Susan Parsonage, Director of Safer Communities, Ealing Council
Ivan Molyneux, Head of Safeguarding, Cambridgeshire County Council
This conference has an attached half day briefing
Legal Essentials for Information Sharing
Tuesday 23rd March 2015 – Central London
· Chair: Jonathan Baines, Chair, National Association for Data Protection Officers
· Joanne Reeves, Principal Lawyer, Litigation and Corporate Information Governance, London Borough of Camden
With the Social Care Act introducing new safeguarding measures and multi-agency information sharing becoming common practice across the public sector, their Half-Day Briefing is ideally timed to update you on what information can and cannot be shared.
Don’t miss this opportunity to enhance your knowledge on the Freedom of Information Act, Data Protection Act, data sharing agreements and the legislation affecting you and your organisation.
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