Skip to 0 minutes and 4 secondsMobile phones. Wearables. Computers. Tablets. Electronic patient files. MRI scans. Ultrasounds. ECGs. X-rays. All these electronic solutions and more are used on a daily basis. People use sports apps to track their progress. Health care professionals use tablets to access electronic patient files and exchange information with their colleagues. These solutions generate a lot of data. Do you know what happens to this health data? What if the state has exchanged between health care professionals, or even crosses borders? What if commercial apps are used in a medical context? How is this data kept secure against hacking? How is this data protected? The new General Data Protection Regulation provides legal protection to address these questions and more.
Skip to 0 minutes and 49 secondsDuring this course, you will meet the girl next door, Anna. Anna's case will help us to find answers in light of the GDPR. She will serve as an example throughout the course. During this course, you will learn to identify possible risks to processing health data in light of new technological developments. You will explore how to address these risks, in light of the GDPR. Various topics, such as rights and obligations, cross-border transfer, and safeguards will be dealt with to tackle questions of protecting sensitive data. If you're interested in finding out more about the protection of health data-- Come join our course.