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'Debating Data' event participants in group discussions.

Do you know how your medical data is being used and why? Are you happy for your data to be used in research? Are your cells as important to you as an image of your brain, for example? Should these different types of data be used differently?

In February 2020, we held a Citizens' Jury event with 20 public participants at the Oxford Town Hall. Our evaluation report gives insight on the participants' perspectives on whether different types of medical data (genomics, imaging, pathology slides) should be used and shared differently within healthcare or research.

Read our evaluation report