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The societal impacts of introducing a public health identity system: legal, social and ethical issues
The second in our series of events addressing the nascent ‘public health identity’ systems developing around the world.
A tracker collating developments in policy and practices around vaccine certification and COVID status apps as they emerge around the world.
Testing immunity certificates: do the new antibody tests open the door to the creation of a ‘public health identity’?
The first in our new series of virtual events addressing health identity systems developing in response to COVID-19.
No silver bullet: how can the UK government use technologies to transition out of COVID-19 lockdown while protecting public health?
In the first in a series of webinars exploring the current questions raised by the COVID-19 global health crisis.
Our rapid evidence review 'Exit through the app store?' evaluates evidence to support the immediate deployment of digital contact tracing.
How do the public expect the NHS, and third-party organisations to steward their data?
New research evidences accountability, transparency and public participation for trusted use of NHS data
Benefits to patients include things like improving disease detection or developing new medicines and treatments.
The use of NHS health data to develop new technologies raises important questions for people and society.
We've taken a look at the five largest political parties’ manifesto commitments relating to data, AI, innovation, law enforcement and human rights.
The Ada Lovelace Institute supports Wellcome Trust to undertake citizen juries on fair data sharing in the NHS
Working with the Wellcome Trust's Understanding Patient Data programme, and NHS England to understand public attitudes to the sharing of NHS data.