A hybrid in-person and online event to learn about the work of HDRN Canada and discuss how health data in Canada should be used.
Health Data for All of Us: Sharing Ideas & Priorities is a hybrid in-person and online forum for researchers and members of the public to learn about the work of HDRN Canada and to share their thoughts and concerns about how health data in Canada should be used. By the end of the day, we will collectively identify priorities as action items to take forward.
It takes place on TUESDAY, APRIL 25 via Zoom and in-person at the Fairmont Winnipeg.
There will be live French translation during the event.
Our keynote speaker is Rachel Plachcinski, a researcher based at Oxford University who specializes in parent, patient and public involvement in health care. Rachel also sits on the Public Advisory Board for Health Data Research UK.
Other speakers include Dr. Kim McGrail, Scientific Director of HDRN Canada, Julia Burt, HDRN Canada's Public Engagement Fellow and Dr. Amy Freir, who leads the Inclusion, Diversity, Equity and Accessibility Team at HDRN Canada. Members of HDRN Canada's Public Advisory Council will also participate in the event.