UK GDPR for Dental Practices
General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) came into effect on 25 May 2018. This regulation replaces the existing data protection framework under EU Data Protection Directive.
The current data protection framework still forms the majority of the GDPR regulations however the GDPR introduces some new elements.
This course is ideal for those with a responsibility for achieving compliance within the practice such as the practice owner, principal dentist, practice manager etc.
The EU General Data Protection Regulation came in to force on 25 May 2018. Following the withdrawal of the UK from the EU they became the UK General Data Protection Regulations (UK GDPR), although there is very little change in the requirements.
Our course is aimed at those with a responsibility for achieving UK GDPR compliance within the dental practice and is ideal for data controllers and practice managers.
The aims of this course are to help you understand:
- Your legal obligations under the GDPR
- How to implement the changes you need to make to become compliant
- What this means for your day to day work.
On completion of this course you will understand:
- Who is accountable for what under the GDPR
- GDPR principles & common terminology
- The ICO’s recommended 12 steps
- Your legal basis for processing data
- Changes to consent, privacy rights & access rights
- Data protection breaches
- Data Protection Impact Assessments
- Data Protection by Design & Default
- The role of the Data Protection Officer or Data Protection Lead
- Privacy Notices – what you need to communicate and to whom
- What you need to do now to prepare for the GDPR.
The learner should be able to:
- Interpret the GDPR terminology
- Understand who is responsible for data protection
- Apply GDPR principles to the work setting
- Demonstrate and determine the legal basis for processing personal data
- Compare and modify changes in the data protection law
- Plan and implement new practice procedures for data protection
- Mitigate risks using data protection impact assessments & design by default methods
- “I am now more informed about the requirements of GDPR and how to implement these into my practice.”
- “Very informative and relevant.”
- “This course really made me think about my working routines, and will make me change a few things.”
- “Very thorough and helpful. Good that we can download helpful inventory forms.”
- “Easy to use and understand the language used.”
- “Excellent course with thorough details for GDPR.”
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More than 98% of dental professionals who completed this course would recommend this course to others.
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Step 3: Communicating with Team Members and Patients (Privacy Notices)
Step 4: Personal Privacy Rights
Step 5: Access Rights
Step 7: Consent
Step 8: Children’s Data
Step 9: Reporting Data Breaches
Step 10: Impact Assessments Preview
Step 11: Data Protection Officers (DPO)
Step 12: International Organisations
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GDPR for Dental Practices
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