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1 CPD


HOUR Complete the full module: • Gain a CPD certificate for your appraisal • Reflect on what you have learned • Show evidence of impact to claim double CPD hours pulse-learning. co.uk


What you need to do to prepare for online records access


Ensure


colleagues and staff are familiar with what patients can access from April and the risks involved Print out


information leaflets and registration forms and ensure receptionists know how to deal with patient queries Consider how


you will manage children’s records and access requests from their parents Consider how


you might minimise an impact on patients who have psychiatric problems Decide whether


you want to share free text and letters


References 1 Bhavnani V, Fisher B, Winfield B. How patients use access to their electronic GP record – a quantitative study. Family Practice 2010;0:1–7 2 Ross S, Moore L, Earnest M. Providing a web-based online medical record with electronic


communication capabilities to patients with congestive heart failure: randomized trial. Journal of Medical Internet Research 2004;6:e12 3 Fitton C, Fitton R, Hannan A. The impact of patient record access on appointments and telephone calls in two English general practices: a population-based study. London Journal of Primary Care 2014;6:8-15 4 BMA 2015. Guidance for GMS contract 2015/16. tinyurl.com/hueqvql 5 RCGP 2014. Patient Online: proxy access guidance for general practice. tinyurl.com/ hjx8t5n 6 NSPCC. Gillick competency and Fraser guidelines. tinyurl.com/ Gillick-Fraser 7 NHS England 2015. Patient Online: support and resources guide. Second edition. tinyurl. com/nn97ecd


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