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Clear, accurate records support clinical decision-making and patient care.
What to do in situations where it's not possible to enter data into records at the time they're made.
Significant event analysis is a way of formally analysing incidents that may have implications for patient care.
Since April 2010, NHS trusts have had a statutory duty to report all serious incidents (SIs) so that lessons can be learned across the health service.
Your quick guide on how write a report as a professional witness.
It's important to understand who can access medical records and what you can disclose. Our quick guide lays out the essential information.
Clear verbal communication can be just as important as making clear, contemporaneous, accurate and legible written records.
An unaddressed data breach is likely to have a significant effect on individuals, and can result in heavy fines for those responsible.
GDPR makes data subjects' rights explicit. Your obligations to data subjects are summarised in the following eight rights.