Start: 11 Nov 2021, 14:30
End: 11 Nov 2021, 15:30

Chair: Mr Sean O'Neill, The Times, UK
Speaker: Dr Ajay Aggarwal, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals, UK
Speaker: Professor Mark Lawler, Queen's University Belfast, UK
Speaker: Dr Tessa Richards, BMJ Publishing Group, UK
Speaker: Professor Lillian Siu, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, Canada

It is said that the UK has some of the best cancer data in the world but where does the reality lie? And what has the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic taught us about the use of health data? Should we not be getting cancer data every day as has now become the norm with COVID-19 data? This session will address these tough questions, and our impressive panel of speakers will voice their opinions on the ‘Pandora’s box’ of health data in cancer and the use of approaches such as Artificial Intelligence…is it all its hyped up to be? They’ll also discuss where they stand on the availability and fair use of health data, and if Doctor Google will really replace Dr Aggarwal!

Session labels:

Allied Health Professionals Clinicians Live Nurses Panel Patient experts Policy Staff Prevention and early detection Primary Care Physicians Students Trainees / Early career researchers Treatment