About This Course
This course has been designed to provide basic information related to the management of personal information in the medical context. Specifically, this course describes the basic requirements of current related legislation in Vietnam and Cambodia, describes how this could be translated within the activities undertaken by midwives, elaborates on some of the basic principles and proposes a set of practices to increase the data protection hygiene of the people involved.
Course Learning Outcomes (LOs)
By the end of this course, students should be able to:
• LO1: After participating in this session, attendees should be able to understand the meaning of personal data and special categories of personal data within the context of their work.
• LO2: After participating in this session, attendees should be able to remember the principles that should govern the processing of PII.
• LO3: After participating in this session, attendees should be able to understand the basic concept of data protection hygiene and evaluate the existence of a possible threat.
Chatzopoulou Argyro (Ms.)
Experienced Implementor, Lead Auditor and Trainer with a demonstrated history of working in the services industry. Skilled in different kinds of audits including ISO 27001, Information Systems, IT Service Management, Privacy, Quality and Business Continuity. Ms. Chatzopoulou is a person with strong communication and management skills honed through conducting more than 1500 audits, delivering more than 500 training courses and managing teams nationally or internationally.
Karras Apostolos (Mr.)
Experienced Consultant, Lead Auditor and Instructor. An IT professional with a strong background in informatics and information security and computer forensics (MSc.) Skilled in ISO 27001, ISO 22301, IT Audits, Privacy Audits, Quality Management, and IT Service Management.