YORK, ME USA -- HEALTHCARE UPDATE NEWS SERVICE (TM) -- JANUARY 27, 2006: Rapid progress has been made in information-based medicine and genetic science since the human genome was first decoded five years ago. As a natural consequence, significant questions have been raised on the use of individually identifiable genetic and other health and personal medical information. The role of the privacy leader is key both within their companies and in helping to influence legislation. Hear from the experts who are directly engaged in developing policy in this important area!
- Harriet Pearson, Chief Privacy Officer, IBM
- Sharon Terry, President and CEO, The Genetic Alliance
- Tim Leshan, Branch Chief/Senior Policy Analyst, Policy and Program Analysis Branch, National Human Genome Research Institute, National Institutes of Health
February 16, 2006
1-2:30 pm ET (10-11:30 am PT)
FORMATS AND FEES:
IAPP audio conferences are scheduled for 1 1/2 hours, with the first hour dedicated to speaker presentations, followed by a Q&A period where the questions of the audio attendees are answered by the experts. Reference materials and call-in numbers are sent to the registrants approximately 48 hours in advance of the audio conference. Consider scheduling a group meeting for the price of only one line!
IAPP Members = $159
CONTINUING PRIVACY, LEGAL AND EDUCATION CREDITS:
NonMembers = $179
The IAPP will offer 1.5 hours of privacy (CPE), legal (CLE) and continuing education (CEU) credit for this audio conference. Upon request, we will provide you with a certificate of attendance for submission to your certifying or licensing body.
CDs are also available for sale at the same fees noted above. To register or order a CD, visit www.privacyassociation.org or phone Jackie Jones at the IAPP at 207/351-1500.
ABOUT THE IAPP:
The International Association of Privacy Professionals is the world's leading privacy association. Our mission is to define and promote the profession of privacy through three major opportunities: certification, education and networking. Certification: representing a milestone in the industry, becoming certified demonstrates your value as a privacy professional to both your organization and the marketplace as a whole. Education: stay on top of legislation and emerging technologies in the ever-evolving privacy arena by attending our conferences, audio and webcast programs. Networking: KnowledgeNet, a series of free networking luncheons allowing privacy professionals to network and learn from each other. To learn more, visit www.privacyassociation.org.