Good governance in research privacy requires an interdisciplinary approach that engages with the scientific community throughout the lifecycle of research to serve the best interests of patients and participants. The methods used to bridge the gap between these worlds at the Provincial Health Services Authority are grounded in bioethics. Attendees of this session will have the opportunity to explore a series of real-life case studies in the research domain guided by applied ethics principles and concepts. The goal of this interactive presentation is to empower attendees to use “all things considered” holistic judgments concerning privacy.


Holly Longstaff

Research Privacy Advisor

Provincial Health Services Authority