The Administrative Data Research Network (ADRN) was established to make administrative data that is routinely collected by government departments accessible for the purposes of research. However, the content of such data is personal, confidential and sometimes can be highly sensitive in nature. It is therefore imperative that the public has confidence in how such data is being utilised. This workshop explores issues surrounding the importance of public engagement in social science research - both in relation to Big Data and beyond. The workshop will consider the various mechanisms that have been developed by different organisations to facilitate involvement of the public throughout the lifecycle of research projects.
We would be delighted if you could join us for the workshop. To confirm your attendance and secure your place at this limited availability event please visit our Eventbrite page or contact ADRCWales@Swansea.ac.uk with your details and any special dietary requirements you may have.
12.30pm: Registration, Lunch
1.30pm: Privacy of health records: Evidence from a pan-European study
School of Geography and Planning, Cardiff University
2.00pm: Making administrative data available for research whilst gaining public trust
Administrative Data Service, Essex University
2.30pm: Public engagement and Swansea University's Health Informatics research
Farr Institute CIPHER, Swansea University
3.30pm: ALPHA - DECIPHer's research advisory group
DECIPHer, Cardiff University
4.00pm: The Involving People Network, how it can support your public involvement and engagement
Health and Care Research Wales Support Centre
Involving People Network member
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Better Knowledge for a Better Society
To find out more about the Administrative Data Research Centre Wales, its fellow UK Centres and the Administrative Data Research Network visit www.adrn.ac.uk