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GDPR

The  Data  Protection  Act  1998  established  a  framework  of  rights  and  duties  to safeguard personal information and balance the legitimate needs of organisations to collect and  use personal information  again the right  of individuals to have the privacy of their personal details respected.

Much has changed since 1998. We now give a lot of information about ourselves to a lot of organisations, usually willingly but frequently unknowingly. Quite often we don’t know what happens to this information, how it is used and how decisions about  us  are  made. The  General  Data  Protection  Regulation  2018  (GDPR)  makes organisations more accountable in the way that they collect, use, store and dispose of personal information and gives individuals more control over information about them that they pass onto others.

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.

​BDA advice

GDPR explained
Protecting personal information

​Expert templates

Access to information held by the practice (v3)

Confidentiality policy (v4)

Data security policy - practice (v4)

Data protection privacy notice - associates (v1)

Data protection privacy notice - employees (v1)

Data protection privacy notice - patients (v1)

New patient - welcome letter (v3)

Records management policy (v3)

 

Audit - GDPR information (v1)

Audit - GDPR access to information (v1) 

​CPD

CPD module - 3 hours verifiable

To 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.

Blog

New rules on data protection affecting dentistry

BDJ In Practice

GDPR - What do you need to know - Mar 18

High Street NHS providers say 'fix broken Bill'

Events

Training essentials courses for the dental team, including:
Record keeping
Leading a dental team

Running a safe and compliant practice

One-to-one advice

 

Extra and Expert members have access to unlimited one-to-one advice via phone or email from our experienced dental advisers.
 
Call the BDA Compliance Team on 0207 563 4574