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How, why and when should your health data be used?

About this Event

Our health is important and so is the research that goes into keeping us healthy.

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?

Would you like to contribute to a fun and interesting one day event on 15th February 2020, debating how medical data is used in healthcare and research? We will be presenting these cases to a public audience inside the Oxford Town Hall Council Chamber.

We need YOUR advice on these issues, so please join us and have your say on what matters to you. This event is free; all travel expenses will be reimbursed and all catering is provided throughout the day.

Sign up here or get in touch with any questions at weh@bdi.ox.ac.uk.

 

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