Welcome to Prairie Health Information Privacy Day 2007

The Prairie Health Information Privacy Day 2007 is an exciting new initiative for those organizations affected by health information privacy law across Canada's three prairie provinces. Hosted by the Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner of Alberta, Office of the Information & Privacy Commissioner of Saskatchewan, and Manitoba Ombudsman, this event will focus mainly on demystifying present and future health information privacy challenges.

Drawing on real case examples from all three Prairie Provinces, many years of experience in the health information privacy arena, and practical advice from experts in the field, this one-of-a-kind event will provide delegates with a clear and working understanding of health information privacy issues specific to Canada's Prairies.

The conference will provide delegates a forum to meet, network and share ideas with colleagues, as well as the opportunity to learn about other provinces' laws and how their policies and practices have been working so far. Whether you are new to the field or have an advanced level of expertise with privacy issues there, is something of interest for everyone at this event.

Through a series of plenary and breakout sessions as well as optional workshops, this year's conference will take a homespun approach to the realities of implementing health information privacy policies and practices. Sessions have been identified and organized based on three themes:

  1. Coming to terms with the law
  2. Maintaining successful operations
  3. Unravelling other mysteries

Join your colleagues today and open the doors to new and exciting ideas in the world of health information privacy! Register now and save with the early bird special of $299.00 (valid until March 23rd)!

We look forward to seeing you in Regina on April 16th.