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Data Protection inc GDPR

The General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) are effective in the UK from the 25th May 2018. The GDPR and Data Protection Act (DPA) 2018  replaced the previous Data Protection Act.

The GDPR are designed to harmonise data privacy law across Europe. The aim is to protect citizens from privacy and data breaches.

The key principles of the current DPA remain unchanged, but some areas of legislation have been strengthened. As the practice data handling policies and procedures were already designed to be compliant with the DPA, very little has changed. We have however issued a new Privacy Notice with the assistance of the NHS South, Central and West Commissioning Support Unit to explain what we do in more detail.

Certain elements of data sharing have been varied by authority of the UK Government during the Coronavirus pandemic. More details in the linked documents below.

Covid-19 and Your Information Supplementary Privacy Notice

How we use your Information 2020

Privacy Notice 2020

Data Extraction re Covid 19

Privacy Notice for Job Applicants

Addendum to Cookham Medical Centre Privacy Notice 2021

CMC Privacy Notice 2021

National Data Opt-Out   Follow the link below for information on this

The Privacy Notice of the Practice now also includes  reference to the data extractions for GPDPR  - more details in link below to NHS Digital 

General Practice Data for Planning and Research: GP Practice Privacy Notice - NHS Digital

Please note that from August 2021 - calls are recorded for training and monitoring purposes - these will be deleted on a rolling basis with a maximum retention time of 3 months. 

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