Consent, Right to information and Privacy
Who should attend?
Workers with quality assurance, audit, certification, accreditation responsibilities and/or responsibilities for managing privacy functions, responding to requests for personal information or steering organisational practice regarding personal information management in community-based services working with children, young people and families.
The workshop program
The program includes presentations (and the opportunity to ask questions) about common tensions and dilemmas in:
- Gathering informed consent taking account of capacity to consent and timing issues - Official Solicitor and Director of Legal Services, Office of the Public Guardian
- Embedding best practice principles when responding to personal information requests - Right to Information, Information Privacy and Screening, Dept of Communities, Child Safety and Disability Services
- Privacy and social media, mandatory reporting of data breaches under Commonwealth legislation - Ofice of the Information Commissioner Queensland
The final session is a panel discussion involving presenters, an industry representative and a service user to respond to audience questions and delve further into the nuts and bolts of decision-making in these areas.
Where: Newmarket Bowls Club, 212 Ashgrove Ave, Ashgrove
When: Wednesday 18 October 2017, 9:00am to 1:00pm (Registrations from 8:30am)
Cost: $33 per person
RSVP: Registrations close 5pm Friday 12 October
212 Ashgrove Avenue