Understanding Patient Data has published an update blog. Alongside providing an update on recent activities and the growing team, the blog highlights three key areas that the 2020 strategy will focus on:
Growing our partnerships to support the people best placed to have conversations about how patient data is used (including health professionals, charities and patient groups)
Ensuring the views of patients, health professionals and the public are heard by the people who set national policy and make decisions about how patient data is managed and accessed
Understanding and promoting the views of diverse groups of people, to prevent the concerns of underrepresented groups being neglected in decisions how patient data is used.
The blog is available to read here - https://understandingpatientdata.org.uk/news/hello-again
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