The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will replace the Data Protection Act on 25 May, 2018.
How this regulation will work in practise is still relatively unknown, but there are things you can do NOW to prepare.
There is a great deal of worry about GDPR, with the much-publicised heavy fines for non compliance.
With such a big change in this area, we have pulled together resources from a variety of sources to support you in making changes and preparing now.
We will update this section of our website when we receive new information, guidance and resources.
If you have any questions, please do call our office on 0115 977 1341 or send an email to the office
- Getting ready
A checklist for data controllers and data processors.
- GDPR briefing
A powerpoint presentation focusing on your responsibilities and further guidance.
IT Governance has provided a series of webinars looking at GDPR. There are a number of topics contained in this, including compliance, data flow mapping, achieving compliance and much more.
- GDPR: Don’t be the next headline maker
Article from Practice Index.
- Access to Health Records
Guidance issued by the BMA in 2018 to reflect GDPR changes.
- Q&A responses to questions asked during GP training sessions around the implications of GDPR.