Confidentiality Confidentiality The essay will define confidentiality its importance to nurses as a profession and the Nursing and Midwifery Code of Professional Conduct. It will further look at possible dilemmas that could arise in course of practice between the nurse colleagues and the clients. Examples will be based on my clinical placement 1 at Blackfriars Work Centre. Confidentiality is keeping secret, the shared information depending on the situation arising.
Topics Covered The purpose and scope of the Data Protection Act How personal data is protected by the Data Protection Act The 8 data protection principles The 7 rights of data subjects Exemptions from the Data Protection Act Partial exemptions from the Data Protection Act Assessment Data Protection and the Law This online Data Protection and the Law training explains the purpose of the Data Protection Act and the duties and obligations it places upon organisations and individuals who process personal information.
For employers, it is an easy way to ensure that all employees understand and comply with the essential principles of the Data Protection Act The approximate duration of this training is 1 hour.
Who is it for? This training is intended for anyone who handles personal information, whether that is paper or computer records.
When do I get my certificate? When you have successfully passed the course you will be able to download and print your certificate straight away. As this course has been accredited by the CPD Certification Service, your certificate will contain the CPD logo and can be used to provide evidence for compliance.
What does the course cover?
The course contains the following 6 topics and includes an assessment: The purpose and scope of the DPA. The difference between personal data and sensitive personal data. The purpose of the 8 data protection principles. Examples of the 8 data protection principles. Who is responsible for enforcing the DPA.
What the ICO is. The information that must be provided when registering with the ICO. What is meant by the terms Data Controller and Data Subject. The 8 data protection principles The purpose of the 8 data protection principles. The 8 data protection principles.
Examples where one or more of the principles apply. The 7 rights of data subjects What data subject rights are. The 7 data subject rights.
What can happen if a data subject's rights are ignored.Data protection. If you handle personal information about individuals, you have a number of legal obligations to protect that information under the Data Protection Act Principles of Data Protection Act The focus of this report is to explain the requirements & imposes of Data Protection Act The act affects to all people who uses information or data about other individuals & Business.
The Data Protection Early Years online training course carries 1 hour CPD. Our Data Protection Early Years online training course by EYPServices is designed to give practitioners and childcare professionals an understanding of legislative requirements in relation to the Data Protection Act and their duties in sharing information safely.
The UK Data Protection Act of plays an important role in determining how companies and other organizations can use the data that they collect on individuals who access their services. Supporting Schools to Meet the New General Data Protection Regulation About The New Data Protection Regulation ON 23rd May the Data Protection Act replaced the Data Protection Act ().
This assignment will identify and discuss the three acts relevant to the use of Information Technology in a Social Work setting: Data Protection Act (DPA) ; Freedom of Information Act (FIA) ; and the Computer Mis-use Act