• GDPR- an overview for dentists

    • Friday 27 April, 10:45 - 11:45
    • This lecture is presented by: Loretta Maxfield
    • This session will take place in: Room 4
    • team, business

      All dentists will process personal data to some degree. Currently, this is governed by the Data Protection Act 1998. However, as part of the European Commission’s attempts to make Europe fit for the digital age, the General Data Protection Regulation will replace the DPA from May 25, 2018, this lecture will cover some key points to consider.

      Aims & objectives

      • What is GDPR and why do we need it

      • Data handling rules

      • Organisational responsibilities

      • Data breaches and security

      Learning outcomes

      • What is GDPR and how does it change the law?

      • What do dentists need to do to prepare?

      • What new requirements under GDPR do dentists need to be aware of?

      • Understand the core principles of GDPR

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Thornton's Law

Loretta Maxfield