Wynns Hotel, Abbey Street
€20 IASW members/€40 non-members
Price €20 members/€40 non-members
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9.15 a.m - Tea/Coffee and Registration
9.40 a.m - Opening Address, Claire Convery, Chair SWID
10.00 a.m -General Data Protection Regulation Compliance: Will Social Work Practice be Changed Forever?Hugh Jones, Chief Privacy Officer, Sytorus
11.00 a.m - Tea/coffee
11.20 a.m - GDPR - Information Sharing in the Social Work Context Nicola Harrison, ByrneWallace Solicitors
12.30 pm - Lunchtime
1.30pm - “Sexuality, Disability and the Media”Sarah Harrington, UCC BSocSc
2.15pm - “Building Research Capacity on a Social Work Team”Dr. Sarah Donnelly, NRH Social Work Team
3.00pm - “ASD and Negotiating Social Space”Diarmuid Heffernan and Kirsten Hurley, UCC MSocSc & ASC (Autism Spectrum Consultancy)
3.45 – 4pm - Close
Hugh Jones is a co-founder of Sytorus Ltd, a specialised provider of Data Protection training, consultancy and assessment services. With his colleagues, Hugh provides professional Data Protection guidance, and is a frequent speaker at Privacy and Data Management events in Ireland and overseas. Through Sytorus, Hugh offers both general and bespoke training to organisations in the areas of data management and regulatory compliance. Hugh is an experienced project manager, and works with a wide range of commercial, not-for-profit and public-sector organisations to help them resolve their data management and regulatory challenges.”
Nicola Harrison, Senior Associate, Health Services, ByrneWallace
Nicola is a Senior Associate in the firm's Health & Social Care department, with over 10 years' experience in advising on administrative law and regulatory compliance. A member of the firm's GDPR team, Nicola regularly advises healthcare clients in the public and private sector on data protection matters, including processing personal and sensitive personal data; data subject access requests; the interpretation and application of the exemptions under Section 8 of the Data Protection Act 1988, as amended; the data protection issues where requests for disclosure are received from parties such as the Gardaí; and the reporting of breaches to the ODPC.
Nicola will consider aspects of the GDPR that will be particularly relevant in the Social Work context. Specifically, she will look at the conditions that must be satisfied before sensitive personal data (special category data) can be processed, including the more stringent requirements in relation to the issue of consent.
This event is subsidised by the HSE National Health and Social Care Professions Office.