Regional Track

28th November – 08:30 – 09:45 – Session VIII
Education Track

Best Practice in sharing Data in regional Perspective

Modern healthcare is based on evidence and this evidence comes from data. Therefore, data relating to individuals are fundamental to modern health research. The processing of personal data is vital for clinical trials and observational research performed in industry and academia.

These considerations are even more pertinent with regards to personalised medicine. The ability to use personal data relating to health is central to realising the promise of PM.  The session will examine best practice at the regional level and frameworks to leverage this across these across Member States.

Modern healthcare is based on evidence and this evidence comes from data. Therefore, data relating to individuals are fundamental to modern health research. The processing of personal data is vital for clinical trials and observational research performed in industry and academia.

These considerations are even more pertinent with regards to personalised medicine. The ability to use personal data relating to health is central to realising the promise of PM.  The session will examine best practice at the regional level and frameworks to leverage this across these across Member States.

Chair

 Angelo Paradiso

Angelo Paradiso

Vice Scientific Director, Istituto Tumori Bari, National Cancer Research Center

Panel

 Mario Romao

Mario Romao

EMEA Global Public Policy Team, Intel

Best Practice in Sharing Samples and Data in Regional Perspective

 Peter Riegman

Peter Riegman

Pathologist, Erasmus MC

The impact of the GDPR on the ability to process and share personal health data: the national dimension

Brendan Barnes

Brendan Barnes

Director IP & Data Protection, EFPIA