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Join the Yorkshire & Humber Care Record team at NHS Expo on Wed 4th Sept.  The session aims to explore the beliefs that people have about how their health and care records could and should be used, their boundaries for what they are willing for their data to be used for, their concerns around how their data could be used, and the reassurances they want about how their data is safe.

Title:  The importance of good engagement with staff, citizens and patients

Time:  11:15am – 11:55am

Location:  Digital Transformation zone

Presented by:  Richard Gladman – Yorkshire & Humber Care Record Delivery Lead; Lee Rickles – Yorkshire & Humber Care Record Programme Director & Chief Information Officer at Humber Teaching NHS Foundation Trust

Twitter: @YHCareRecord, Lee Rickles @larickles, Richard Gladman @GladmanNHS

Other members of Yorkshire & Humber Care Record team will be attending NHS Expo if you want to meet up.

Our LHCRE partners at Thames Valley & Surrey Care Records are also presenting on “What a region-wide records-sharing programme could mean for health and social care integration” on 5th Sept at 2:10pm. The session will show how putting the right information in the hands of doctors, nurses, social workers and other health and care professionals at the right time will save lives and deliver truly integrated person-based care.

Please do keep an eye on our website for updates on other areas of the programme.