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Subject Access Requests – Simple Advice and Simple Solutions

Since the changes in data protection legislation under GDPR came into effect on 25 May 2018 we know that SARs have become increasingly time-consuming and costly, taking time away from providing core patient services. In short, you are tearing your hair out! Amid all the demands of the practice, Subject Access reporting needs careful consideration

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Subject Access Requests (SARs) – The need for clarification – Part 2

Subject Access Requests (SARs) – The need for clarification – Part 2

What do we need? Clarification! When do we need it? Now! You may recall from part one of this blog that I’d emailed the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) asking for clarification as to what’s deemed excessive and what’s considered a reasonable fee. Well, I’m still waiting for them to reply, but the automated response did

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GDPR for GP receptionists and administrators – Quiz

GDPR for GP Receptionists and Administrators Quiz

GP Receptionists and Administrators, test your GDPR knowledge with our new quiz…

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GDPR for GP receptionists and administrators – Video and Quiz

GDPR – What’s available to GP Practice

GP receptionists and administrators, you can now test your GDPR knowledge with our new quiz here… ———- Video script: This short video has been designed to provide receptionists and administrators with an overview of the GDPR and what it means in general practice. GDPR stands for General Data Protection Regulation, which came into effect on

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Subject Access Requests (SARs) – The need for clarification – Part 1

Everyone was talking about it and then the day arrived – Friday 25th May, ‘GDPR day’ or perhaps ‘regulation day’; let’s not forget that the Data Protection Act 2018 was also introduced on the very same day! There was no grandiose introduction; suddenly a subject that had generated so much hype and debate seemed to pass

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NHS – National data opt-out programme

May 31, 2018, by in Data, GDPR

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National data opt-out programme’

(Time to read: 2 minutes) Maybe we should refer to the 25th May 2018 as Data Day? Why, you ask? Well, two things came into effect on this day, and whilst the GDPR has taken centre stage recently and organisations have been busy preparing for the Regulation which became applicable as law on Friday 25th

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HR and GDPR – The 25th May has arrived but don’t panic

HR and GDPR - The 25th May has arrived but don’t panic

On 25 May 2018, the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into force and many of you will be breathing a sigh of relief that you got things done in time. If you didn’t, don’t panic as it’s highly unlikely that you’ll be pursued by the Information Commissioner.  The important thing is to be

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