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Reusing Medical Recordings Project

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Draft Principles and Guidance Available for Consultation


We have extended the consultation period until Friday 2nd Sept 2011 for interested parties to review the draft principles and guidance materials to enable medical recordings to be used in non-clinical settings (primarily for learning and teaching purposes). The materials are available as a read-only spreadsheet or an interactive PDF.  There is an accompanying word document for you to note downlease submit your feedback via the online form


If you have any queries or difficulties using the spreadsheet please contact Debra Hiom d.hiom@bristol.ac.uk



The overall aim of the JISC funded Reusing Medical Recordings Project is to develop the ethical, legal and moral use of clinical recordings through clear, concise, easy to use and effective policies and practices across the health and education sectors.  More background information to the project is available.  A British Medical Recordings Task Force has been set up to oversee the work of the project.


Main Objectives of the Project

The two main objectives of the Reusing Medical Recordings Project are to:


1. Encourage shared understandings between managers and practitioners across both NHS and HE settings on the rationale and good practice for the creation and use of medical recordings for educational purposes. This would be achieved by working together on a simple set of principles for information governance in this area, covering such issues as informed consent, ownership, transfer between organisations and wider distribution.


2. Synthesise existing advice and guidance, or where needed create new materials that are targeted at, and appropriate for, busy practitioners who need to have specific information to enable them to create, manage or use medical recordings.






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