A free webinar to discuss the vital role that data sharing plays in safeguarding children and young people.

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Description

The tragic death of Arthur Labinjo-Hughes and subsequent jailing of his Father and Mother was an echo of previous similar deaths, such as the death of Star Hobson, Victoria Climbie and Baby P, stretching back across the decades.

A common feature of these tragedies has been the failure and nervousness of professionals and organisations to effectively exchange information about vulnerable and at risk people often citing ill informed Data Protection Laws and Confidentiality reasons.

On this webinar, our expert panel will be talking about the vital role that data sharing plays in safeguarding children and young people. They will discuss:

  • What the law says with regards to safeguarding and data protection
  • Confidentiality and Human Rights considerations
  • Common misconceptions and barriers
  • Dealing with grey areas, such as early intervention
  • Promoting best practice

Attendees will have the opportunity to ask the panel their views about this matter.

 

Our Panel of Experts:

Nigel Gooding LLM, holds Masters degree in Information Rights Law and Practice and leads the Data Privacy Advisory Service as Chief DPO.  Nigel has worked for 10 local authorities, was Chief Operating Officer at NHS Direct. Nigel has hand on experience of the safeguarding issues as the DPO at South Western Ambulance Service and front line experience as  Senior HCA at his local hospital Emergency Department. 

Barry Moult has over 20 years experience as Information Governance Manager and Head of Information Governance & Health Records for 2 NHS Foundation Trusts. Now a freelance consultant which includes mentorship for IG professionals within the Health sector.

Vicki Lawson has over 15 years experience within child services across several Local Authorities committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of children and young people.

 

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