Activity: Academic talk or presentation types › Invited talk
Governments worldwide are keen to capitalize on their national data assets to guide efficiencies, evaluate policies and stimulate innovation. Public assent is vital for this and yet citizens’ attitudes towards the sharing and re-use of personal data held by government bodies is not well understood. This talk considered the tensions underlying concepts of the ‘public good’, the complexities and uncertainties that underlie personal decision making about data sharing, and the challenges these present for legislation and information governance in the UK, Europe and elsewhere, drawing on insights from recent public consultations.
9 Dec 2014
Using Data in Healthcare Policy and Practice: null