Considering Privacy and Developing Robust and Ethical, Data without Bias

Pagliari, C. (Assessor)

Activity: Academic talk or presentation typesInvited talk

Description

Expert panel discussion focused on health data and inequalities, held as part of the HETT Reset conference and e-learning event.

Speakers: Claudia Pagliari (University of Edinburgh) Kevin Dunbar (Public Health England)
Chair: Allison Gardner (Women Leading in AI)

Questions for discussion included:
How can we best ascertain and understand the potential negative impacts of data inequalities?
Whose responsibility is it to assure tools meet requirements?
What are the common challenges seen at evaluation stage and how can these impact your projects?
What to factor into your bidding and procurement processes to address inequalities where possible?
Period11 Feb 2021
Event titleHETT Reset: Stronger, Together: Uniting the digital health ecosystem to accelerate transformation and improve services and patient care
Event typeConference
LocationUnited Kingdom
Degree of RecognitionNational

Keywords

  • Data Ethics
  • Health Inequalities
  • Digital Inclusion
  • Data Bias
  • Information Governance
  • Public Health
  • Big Data
  • Evaluation
  • Procurement