May 24, 2022
In this conversation Nelson Shen NHA, PhD, and Daniel Buchman PhD, RSW discuss patient data privacy and consent in mental health care.
Nelson and Daniel are both working on research that will improve the experience of mental health patients and their relationships with health care providers.
If you would like more information on Nelson and Daniel and the
important work that they are doing
here are some links to get you started:
Nelson Shen, NHA, PhD: Scientist at the Center for Addiction and
Mental Health (CAMH), Assistant Professor at the University of
Toronto Institute of Health Policy Management Evaluation, and a
AMS Healthcare Compassion and AI Fellow
Nelson Shen AMS Healthcare project: Imagining Compassionate Consent for Digital Mental Health Services.
Daniel Buchman, PhD, RSW: Bio Ethicist and Independent Scientist at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health (CAMH), Assistant Professor at the Dalla Lana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto, Member of the University of Toronto Joint Center for Bioethics, and a 2020 AMS Healthcare Compassion and AI Fellow.
Daniel Buchman AMS Healthcare project: Understanding AI implications for stigma and compassion in mental health and addiction.
BrainHealth Databank: A CAMH-wide initiative that will
accelerate research and improve care by collecting and studying the
full spectrum of data that individuals choose to share to advance