This intensive workshop is designed to help health organizations ensure the confidentiality, integrity and availability of health information in your health organization. It provides the knowledge, skills and tools needed to develop, implement and manage a comprehensive information security program. It features on-line lectures from recognized Canadian security and privacy experts. Interactive activities and real-life case studies and workshop activities will guide you in putting theory into practice.
Date: Thurs. evening, Oct. 9 Friday, Oct.10, 2008
Location: University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario
Who Should Attend:
This workshop has been developed for senior and middle management personnel in health organizations including Chief Privacy Officers, Privacy/Freedom of Information Coordinators, Chief Information Officers, Risk Managers, Executive Directors, Records Managers, Medical Records Directors, IS Staff and Managers, Vendor Staff offering privacy-related services, and/or Consultants offering privacy-related services.
Workshop Leader: Brendan Seaton, Former CPO and CSO, Smart Systems for Health Agency
Organizers: Waterloo Institute for Health Informatics Research (WIHIR) and National Institutes of Health Informatics (NIHI)
Event Website: http://hi.uwaterloo.ca/workshops