In this timely, thought-provoking, and forward-looking book, Christina Munns, an informatics consultant based in Leeds, and Subhajit Basu, an Associate Professor in Information Technology Law at the University of Leeds School of Law, argue that patients should be empowered by
1. Introduction In this contribution, written to mark the 10th anniversary of SCRIPTed and the 2015 launch of the Information Law and Policy Centre at the University of London, I look back on the record of the Coalition government (2010-2015)
This article calls for a reimagining of regulatory approaches to health research. It is argued that an essential first step of such a reimagining involves the development of a deeper understanding of the diverse and indispensable roles which principles can play as regulatory decision-making aids. This topic merits attention given the fact that we perpetually rely upon principles without really considering what it is we are asking principles to do within the regulatory environment. In particular, this paper considers how principles can assist in addressing key challenges which new technologies pose to regulation, as well as the relationships that might exist between principles and rules in such instances. The discussion here takes place against the backdrop of the complex and evolving landscape of the governance of the reuse of data for health research. At the same time, the contributions in this article can be of real value to contemporary challenges in a far wider array of governance contexts beyond the health setting.
I confess that I sat down to write this editorial under sufferance. Not because I do not believe it to be a worthwhile exercise, and most certainly not because I believe the SCRIPTed journal to be anything other than an
Editorial Doing the Right Thing? Karen Mc Cullagh and Daithí Mac Síthigh pp.206-209 HTML | PDF The 29th annual conference of the British & Irish Law, Education and Technology Association (BILETA) was hosted by Dr Karen Mc Cullagh (co-editor of this
Volume 11, Issue 3, December 2014 Share and share alike? An examination of trust, anonymisation and data sharing with particular reference to an exploratory research project investigating attitudes to sharing personal data with the public sector Marion Oswald Cite as:
Volume 11, Issue 3, December 2014 Editorial: Doing the Right Thing? Karen Mc Cullagh, Daithí Mac Síthigh Cite as: Karen Mc Cullagh and Daithí Mac Síthigh, “Doing the Right Thing?”, (2014) 11:3 SCRIPTed 206 http://script-ed.org/?p=1655 Download PDF DOI: 10.2966/scrip.110314.206 © Karen
Editorial Information Governance as a Force for Good? Lessons to be Learnt from Care.data Mark Taylor, pp.1-8 | HTML | PDF | Care.data has been in the news rather a lot recently. What do the trials and tribulations of the