10 to 11 November 2015

Crowne Plaza Hotel, Shudehill, Manchester

Tuesday 10 November 2015

The meeting will start promptly at 10:00 and is expected to finish at approximately 18:00

Please note that this agenda is draft and is subject to change prior to the meeting.

Draft Agenda

  1. Welcome and introductions
  2. Welcome and Code of Conduct for members of the public attending the meeting - Part 1 only (open session)
  3. Presentation 1: Introducing the question: “What ethical and practical issues need to be considered in the use of anonymised information derived from personal care records as part of the evaluation of treatments and the delivery of care?”- Part 1 only (open session)
  4. Citizens Council members’ group discussion: The pros & cons of using anonymised data derived from personal care records. - Part 1 only (open session)
  5. Citizens Council members’ group discussion: Data collection – everyday examples . Part 1 (open session)
  6. Citizens Council members’ group discussion: Different circumstances for data collection – the health or social care dimension . - Part 1 (open session)
  7. Presentation and Citizens Council members’ group discussion: Using anonymised data derived from personal care records – the ethical issues.  – Part 1 only (open session)
  8. Citizens Council members’ group discussion: From ethical issues to practical implications . – Part 1 only (open session)

Please note all timings are approximate.

Wednesday 11 November 2015 

The meeting will start promptly at 09:30 and is expected to finish at approximately 16:30

Please note that this agenda is draft and is subject to change prior to the meeting.

Draft Agenda

  1. Welcome and Code of Conduct for members of the public attending the meeting - Part 1 only (open session)
  2. Looking back on Day 1 & forward to Day 2 - Part 1 only (open session)
  3. Presentation: Different perspectives and experiences. - Part 1 only (open session)
  4. Presentation: Using data from personal care records to evaluate treatment or care – implications on access to care . - Part 1 only (open session)
  5. Citizens Council members’ group discussion: The implications on access to care for patients and service users. - Part 1 only (open session)
  6. Presentation and Citizens Council members’ group discussion: Social duty for the greater good and an individual’s right to privacy. - Part 1 only (open session)
  7. Citizens Council members’ group discussion: Reflecting on our discussions and insights of the past two days - Part 1 only (open session)

Please note all timings are approximate.

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To register

You will receive an automated email response when you submit the registration form. If you do not receive this automated response your registration request has not been received, and you will need to complete and submit the registration form again.

The closing date for registration is 27 October 2015. Please note that it may not be possible to accept late registration requests. 

Please note there are only 8 places per day available for this meeting.

Should you have queries regarding attending this meeting, please contact the Meetings in Public Coordinator Lee Berry

Please note that registrants wishing to conduct a research study on the committee meeting and/or NICE processes will require prior permission and should contact NICE Enquiry Handling by email nice@nice.org.uk.Further information about conducting research is also available in our Common Questions and Answers about meetings in public document.

 

Registration period: 13 to 27 October 2015
Registration is closed.