Dr. David Morgan is the principal consultant for Morgan Privacy Consulting. A scientist by education, Dave has more than 10 years working in the field of information privacy, and has contributed to many provincial electronic health initiatives, including the provincial electronic record and the Personal Health Information Act Online Education Program.
Dr. Morgan is an active contributor to the privacy community, having authored articles, spoken at conferences, and served on professional advisory boards. He has served on the provincial health research ethics board, and co-chaired the Canada Health Infoway pan-Canadian Health Information Privacy Group which won the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Privacy Innovation Award in 2014.
Dr. Morgan is the chairperson for the review committee.
Jeannie House left private law practice to work with the Provincial Government in legislative policy analysis, and then as Director, Advocacy and Information with the Newfoundland and Labrador Health Boards Association. She is currently serving the final year as Chair of the Board of Directors of the Health Research Ethics Authority. Ms. House has also worked with the provincial Department of Health and Community Services in drafting of provincial standards for genetics research, drafting legislation for the single province-wide health research ethics board and legislation governing health information, planning province-wide consultations for the draft health information legislation. She has been a member of the Board of the Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Applied Health Research, the Advisory Committee for the CIHR Regional Partnership Program-Newfoundland and Labrador, a clinical assistant professor in the Division of Community Medicine of Memorial University Medical School and chaired the Provincial Vice Presidents’ Committee for Patient Safety, Quality Improvement and Research.
Marian Crowley has almost 40 years of experience in the health care system working with Eastern Health, and prior to her retirement, was Director of the Access and Privacy Department. She has contributed to numerous provincial committees and working groups to support the implementation and interpretation of the Personal Health Information Act. Ms. Crowley holds a Master’s degree in Nursing, completed the Information Access and Protection of Privacy Certificate from the University of Alberta, and is a certified Genetic Counsellor.
Dr. Daryl Pullman is Professor of Medical Ethics in the Faculty of Medicine at Memorial University and has clinical ethics appointments with Eastern Health and the Provincial Health Ethic Network for Newfoundland and Labrador (PHENNL). Dr. Pullman has been funded by the Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR), the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, Genome Canada, and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency (ACOA). He is currently serving on advisory boards for the Chief Public Health Officer of Canada, and the Canadian Frailty Network, and is a member of the Ethics Committee for the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.