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In most cases, you will need to make sure you have consent from the service user before you disclose or share any identifiable information
It is important that you get the service user’s permission, or ‘consent’, before you share or disclose their information or use it for reasons which are not related to the care or services you provide for them
You need to take all reasonable steps to protect information about service users. By ‘reasonable steps’, we mean that you need to take sensible, practical measures to make sure that you keep the information safe.
Information about a service user can be ‘identifiable’ or ‘anonymised’, by identifiable information we mean any information you hold about a service user that could identify them, you must treat this information as confidential
Confidentiality means protecting personal information, this information might include details of a service user’s lifestyle, family, health or care needs which they want to be kept private
You should keep the following principles in mind when handling information
Case study: Carl is a podiatrist working in independent practise. He is a sole practitioner and has run his business for 10 years
Our statement on how we review the threshold levels
This policy statement sets out our broad approach to developing memorandums of understanding (MoUs) with other organisations.
This statement sets out our broad expectations regarding registration participation in the supervision of students from HCPC approved programmes.
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