GDPR Compliance Bundle for Medical Consultants in Private Practice
A Platinum level product, our compliance bundle for medical consultants in private practice provides medical practitioners with everything they need to ensure a high level of data protection and GDPR compliance within their practice.
Combining the four key areas of compliance;
- Risk Assessment,
- Documentation, and
This bundle leaves medical consultants safe in the knowledge that they are up to date with GDPR best practice.
The easy to digest training is especially designed for medical consultants, focused upon the specific data protection challenges that exist within private practices today.
- The logic behind data protection legislation
- Introduction to and history of GDPR
- Key definitions under GDPR
- Definitions of the 8 GDPR principles and their practical use
- The rights of data subjects
- Subject access requests
- The ICO and it’s powers
- Data breaches and how to handle them
- Risks of a data breach
- International transfers of data
- 3 sample crisis situations and their answers.
- Real-life case studies
- Formal post-training assessment
- Certificate of excellence for respondents scoring >80%.
In order to know how to improve your data protection practices, firstly you need to know your current GDPR positioning. Our detailed self assessment will guide you through an analysis of your practice, enabling you to identify any areas of exposure and providing you with the framework you need to ensure your practice is GDPR ready.
Our online resource library featuring 13 key templates, will talk you through and help you to create, in a simple and cost-effective manner, the policies you need in place in order to demonstrate GDPR best practice.
To achieve the Briefed Data Protection Quality Mark, you are required to score >80% in the training module and to meet nine core criteria as set out in the self-certification form.
Achievement of the Briefed Quality Mark in Data Protection will enable you to communicate your commitment to ensuring the safety of your patients' data and meeting GDPR best practice.