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22/022018

BSHAA webinar: Why All Hearing Practices Need to Know About Changes to Data Protection Rules

This webinar will explain the changes to data protection rules that come into force in May 2018 - known as the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) - mean for your hearing practice. It will also help you prepare for the changes and make sure your business is compliant with GDPR.

Data protection

BSHAA has guidance on record keeping and the NCHA has published guidance on GDPR, which will both form the basis of part of the webinar.

DATE AND COST

Thursday 22 February, 6.45pm to 8.15pm GMT
FREE for BSHAA members | just £20 for non-members
BSHAA MEMBERS - REGISTER FREE HERE
NON-MEMBERS - REGISTER HERE

SPEAKERS

Prof David Welbourn, Chief Executive of the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists
Harjit Sandhu, director of policy and strategy at the National Community Hearing Association (NCHA)

LEARNING OBJECTIVES

At the end of the webinar, you will be able to identify:
- the key changes to data protection regulation;
- the opportunities and challenges in protecting client data;
- the practical steps to help you comply with the new regulations in a cost-effective way. 

CPD POINTS

This webinar is likely to attract up to 2.5 BSHAA CPD points (1.5 plus 1 point for recording reflections)

SPEAKERS

David Welbourn is the Chief Executive Officer of the British Society of Hearing Aid Audiologists. He specialises in governance, leadership and information, with particular expertise in operating beyond traditional organisational boundaries, especially in the care ecosystem. He has consulted on high-profile aspects of public policy and held operational and strategic roles in blue-chip companies, the public sector and small start-ups. David draws on an eclectic background and multidisciplinary experience to stimulate and encourage new ideas and practical innovation.
Harjit Sandhu is the director of policy and strategy at the National Community Hearing Association (NCHA). He has worked in a variety of clinical, policy and operational roles across community practice, the NHS, third sector and international clinical trials. He has special interests in health economics, policy analysis and healthcare systems. He has an MSc in Health Economics, Policy and Management from the LSE, and brings a wide range of practical, clinical and public health skills to his role at the NCHA.

Upcoming Dates for this event

  • Thu 22 Feb 2018
  • Wed 21 Feb 2018
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