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Privacy Notices

The following notices serve to answer the following questions regarding your data:

  • Who we are?
  • Why we collect personal information about you?
  • What is our legal basis for processing your personal information?
  • What personal information do we need to collect about you and how do we obtain it?
  • What do we do with your personal information and what we may do with your personal information?
  • Who do we share your personal information with and why?
  • How we maintain your records?
  • What are your rights?
  • Who is the Data Protection Officer?
  • How to contact the Information Commissioners Office?

COPI notices 

The purpose of this Notice is to require organisations to process confidential patient information for the purposes set out in Regulation 3(1) of COPI to support the Secretary of State’s response to Covid-19 (Covid-19 Purpose). “Processing” for these purposes is defined in Regulation 3(2) and includes dissemination of confidential patient information to persons and organisations permitted to process confidential patient information under Regulation 3(3) of COPI.

For further information please click HERE

For Frequently asked question please see the link below as well 

https://www.nhsx.nhs.uk/covid-19-response/data-and-covid-19/information-governance/copi-notice-frequently-asked-questions/ 

Please Note

Current COPI notices will be extended beyond the current 31 March 2022 deadline to take into account the current COVID-19 response, including the Omicron variant as a variant of concern.

 

Ministers have decided that the COPI notices should be extended for a further three months, with a new deadline of 30 June 2022

Patient Privacy Notices

GP Privacy Notice - Staff

GP Privacy Notice - Childrens

GP Privacy Notice - patients

Covid supplementary Privacy notice

GP Transparency Notice for GPES Data for Pandemic Planning & Research

Privacy Information Leaflet

National Data Opt-Out

Please see the official NHS Guidance - click here.

 

 



 
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