Data sharing agreements - developing strong information sharing protocols and governance when working between and across agencies

Data Sharing seminars

WEDNESDAY 27 JANUARY 2016

BRODIES LLP, CENTRAL GLASGOW

Half-day training seminars (AM & PM)

Event Outline

Improved information sharing is vital to Scotland’s public service reform agenda. From service outsourcing to community planning, from integrated children’s services to health and social care partnerships, public services are increasingly being designed and delivered collaboratively by a mix of public, private and third sector partners.

The efficient, safe and reliable sharing of information underpins such initiatives, enabling services to become more coordinated and, as a result, more effective and more responsive to the user need. Given the value of data sharing to the future of public services, good information governance when working between and across agencies has become critical.

Each interactive half-day training seminar will provide an opportunity for delegates to review their existing data sharing protocols and consider their approach to future information governance strategies.

With a keynote address and a role-play session led by the Information Commissioner’s Office, participants will be encouraged to explore the design and implementation of data sharing agreements and consider what processes and safeguards can be put in place to ensure good information governance, quality and security.

Supported by

Speakers

Ken Macdonald

Assistant Commissioner for Scotland and Northern Ireland, Information Commissioner's Office

David Freeland

Senior Policy Officer, Information Commissioner’s Office

Christine O'Neill

Chairman, Brodies LLP

Alex Davidson

Chair, Scottish Adult Protection Convenors and Independent Chair, Perth and Kinross Adult Protection Committee

Agenda

AM SESSION

0845-0915       Registration and morning refreshments

0915-0925       Chair’s welcome and introduction
Alex Davidson, Chair of the Scottish Adult Protection Convenors Committee & Independent Chair, Perth and Kinross Adult Protection Committee

The key role of information sharing in effective public service delivery

0925-1000       Data Sharing – Managing legal risk

  • Data sharing structures – different types of data sharing
  • Understanding data sharing relationships – data controllers, data processors etc – and why that matters
  • Identifying and managing data sharing risk
  • The anatomy of a good data sharing agreement

Christine O’Neill, Chairman, Brodies LLP

1000-1015       Opportunities for questions and discussion

1015-1035       Information Sharing – your experiences

  • Your information sharing experiences
  • Safeguards and governance structures put in place
  • What works? What could be improved? And is there anything you are unsure of?
  • Future direction and sharing of key lessons learned so far

Whole audience discussion led by our Chair, Alex Davidson

1035-1050       Tea and coffee break, opportunities for networking

Data sharing agreements: underpinning good information governance

1050-1115       Keynote Address
Ken Macdonald, Assistant Commissioner for Scotland and Northern Ireland, Information Commissioner’s Office

1115-1215       Role-play session – ‘Creating strong data sharing agreements’
David Freeland, Senior Policy Officer, Information Commissioner’s Office

Led by the ICO, this session will provide delegates with a 360 degree view of the challenges faced when creating data sharing agreements. Participants will be divided into small groups, each representing an organisation involved in the collaborative delivery of a public service.

As discussions evolve within and between the groups, delegates will explore what a potential data sharing agreement might look like and consider the differing information sharing requirements and responsibilities of each organisation – What information should be shared and with whom? For what purpose and under which circumstances will they have access? And what processes and safeguards can be put in place to ensure good information governance, quality and security?

1215-1235       Feedback from role play session and opportunities for questions and discussion

1235-1245      Round-up and Chair’s closing remarks

1245    Close

 

PM SESSION

1300-1330       Registration and buffet lunch

1330-1340       Chair’s welcome and introduction
Alex Davidson, Chair of the Scottish Adult Protection Convenors Committee & Independent Chair, Perth and Kinross Adult Protection Committee

The key role of information sharing in effective public service delivery

1340-1415       Data Sharing – Managing legal risk

  • Data sharing structures – different types of data sharing
  • Understanding data sharing relationships – data controllers, data processors etc – and why that matters
  • Identifying and managing data sharing risk
  • The anatomy of a good data sharing agreement

Christine O’Neill, Chairman, Brodies LLP

1415-1430       Opportunities for questions and discussion

1430-1450       Information Sharing – your experiences

  • Your information sharing experiences
  • Safeguards and governance structures put in place
  • What works? What could be improved? And is there anything you are unsure of?
  • Future direction and sharing of key lessons learned so far

Whole audience discussion led by our Chair, Alex Davidson

1450-1505       Tea and coffee break, opportunities for networking

Data sharing agreements: underpinning good information governance

1505-1530       Keynote Address
Ken Macdonald, Assistant Commissioner for Scotland and Northern Ireland, Information Commissioner’s Office

1530-1630       Role-play session – ‘Creating strong data sharing agreements’
David Freeland, Senior Policy Officer, Information Commissioner’s Office

Led by the ICO, this session will provide delegates with a 360 degree view of the challenges faced when creating data sharing agreements. Participants will be divided into small groups, each representing an organisation involved in the collaborative delivery of a public service.

As discussions evolve within and between the groups, delegates will explore what a potential data sharing agreement might look like and consider the differing information sharing requirements and responsibilities of each organisation – What information should be shared and with whom? For what purpose and under which circumstances will they have access? And what processes and safeguards can be put in place to ensure good information governance, quality and security?

1630-1650       Feedback from role play session and opportunities for questions and discussion

1650-1700      Round-up and Chair’s closing remarks

1700    Close

Venue

Hosted by

Brodies LLP,
110 Queen Street,
Glasgow,
G1 3BX