Most of what you do stays the same, but some aspects need you to do more - for example:
Audit your data to identify what you hold and why
Nominate or appoint a data protection officer if you're an NHS provider
Provide privacy notices to comply with the new law.
Our advice explains how you can comply - and the Expert templates help you to implement the changes. Don't be frightened into paying for expensive services you might not need.
GDPR - FAQsProtecting personal information
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information held by the practice (v4)
policy - practice (v4)
processor agreement (v1)
processor agreement - associates (v1)
processor agreement - notes for use (v1)
Data protection privacy notice - associates (v2)
Data protection privacy notice - employees (v2)
Data protection privacy notice - patients (v2)
New patient -
welcome letter (v3)
management policy (v3)
Audit - GDPR information (v1)
Audit - GDPR access to information (v1)
CPD module - 3 hours verifiableTo help you understand GDPR and apply the new regulations in practice.
State what GDPR is
Know how data handling rules will apply to your practice
Know what responsibilities organisations have under GDPR
State what a data breach is and what action to take if one occurs.
New rules on data protection affecting dentistry
GDPR - What do you need to know - Mar 18
High Street NHS providers say 'fix broken Bill'
GDPR: NHS Practices - How to be a DPO in dental practice
Friday 18 January 2019 - London
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