How I use your personal information and personal record (case-notes) (GDPR)
Personal information is any information that can be used to identify you, such as name and address, telephone number, email address. The information I hold about you is information you give to me when you fill in a form on my website, or give me verbally during a consultation. I only use this information to contact you or send you information and remedies.
I will never sell your details to other organisations. I will never swap information with other people, unless it is necessary to provide you with information or a service that you have requested from me, i.e. ordering a remedy direct from a homeopathic pharmacy to your home address.
I handle your personal homeopathic record (case-notes) in-line with laws on data protection and confidentiality. I will only share your record when you give me consent to share with other health practitioners who are involved in your care and treatment.
I will share your record when the law requires me to do so, for example to prevent infectious diseases from spreading or to check that the care being provided to you is safe.
Your individual rights
Under data protection regulations, you have the right to determine how your personal information is used by others.
You have the right to be given a copy of your homeopathic record.
You have the right to object to your record/data being shared with others that provide you with care.
You have the right to have any mistakes corrected and to complain to the Information Commissioner’s Office, Wycliffe House, Water Lane, Wilmslow SK9 5AF.
Storage of notes:
Following guidelines for best practice your records can only be kept for 8 years following your last treatment and children’s records until the age of 25 years.
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