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data protection officer

In our blog today, from Karen Heaton at Data Protection 4 Business, we look at Data Protection Officers? But do you need one? Well… probably not, unless you regularly and systematically monitor data subjects on a large scale. Or you are a local authority. Ok, you don’t. BUT you do still need someone in…(Read More)

Subject Access Request

Our fifth blog from Karen Heaton of Data Protection 4 Business covers how to handle a request from a patient or customer for details of the information that you hold on them. In our blog today, we look at a data subject’s right to access, a powerful tool for individuals who have concerns about…(Read More)

GDPR data processing

In the third in our GDPR for healthcare blog series, Karen Heaton of Data Protection for Business discusses how to ensure that you are processing data lawfully and the necessity to track the data subjects’ consent. How many emails did you receive in the run up to 25th May this year about ‘opt-ins’ to…(Read More)

Jane Braithwaite shows how to make the most of the world of podcasts at your disposal. Our busy lives mean that we do not always have the time to sit down and enjoy listening to and watching the things we are interested in. Who among us is not guilty of recording and downloading TV programmes…(Read More)

Medical Secretary Qualifications

Working as a secretary in a medical environment involves more than just diary management and typing; it requires an in-depth knowledge of medical terminology, communication skills that are second to none, and a commitment to providing a first class service to consultants and patients. So how do you go about becoming a Medical Secretary…(Read More)

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