A review of Australian health privacy regulation regarding the use and disclosure of identified data to conduct data linkage
Objective: To review Australian legislation about privacy, focusing on provisions within the regulations to conduct health research using identified data and lobby for regulatory change in the ACT. Method: A systematic review of Commonwealth and jurisdiction health privacy regulation. Results: Australia has a number of regulations for the protection of privacy of health information. In addition to Commonwealth privacy laws, there are jurisdictional regulations concerning protection of health...[Show more]
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