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Memory sticks are great for transporting your personal photos and documents. But they are not suitable for storing identifiable patient data. Here's why.
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) comes into force in the UK on 25 May 2018.
There are only a few weeks until GDPR comes into force. The Information Governance Alliance (IGA) and Information Commissioners Office (ICO) have published guidance and will continue to do so to clarify how GDPR applies to healthcare organisations.
Can an older teenager refuse treatment that would be in their best interests?
Can I appeal a GMC decision?
Can I charge a patient for a copy of their medical records?
Can I delete an entry from a patient's records at their request?
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