'They'll sell it, lose it or abuse it'
About this podcast
Speakers: Professor Ross Anderson (Cambridge University), Dr Dermot Ward (Society of Clinical Psychiatrists), Sir Mark Walport (Wellcome Trust) and Professor Charles Warlow (Edinburgh University).
Chair: Professor Simon Wessely (Institute of Psychiatry).
Set against a background of rising public concern about surveillance and data collection, is medical research now viewed with suspicion? Are there enough safeguards for privacy in NHS research? Are the goalposts for safeguards shifting as centralized health databases allow for unprecedented data access?
Part of the series of Maudsley Debates. For more content from this series and to subscribe to the feed, please visit the Maudsley Debates download page.
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