Register for our Data Security and Protection Toolkit (2022) Workshop

Register for our Data Security and Protection Toolkit (2022) Workshop

May 6, 2022

PSNC will be holding a webinar on Tuesday 24th May at 7.00pm to help community pharmacy contractors with completing the Data Security and Protection Toolkit for 2021/22.

Webinar Details

When is it?
Tuesday 24th May at 7.00pm

 

Who should sign up?
All contractors are required to give yearly information governance, data and security assurances to the NHS via the online self-assessment. You can find out more about data and security protection at: psnc.org.uk/ds

 

How do I register?
Please sign up here.

PSNC and NHS Digital have worked together on the new Toolkit requirements and on the improvements to this year’s Toolkit, and both organisations are eager to support contractors as they work their way through the Toolkit.

During the webinar, which will last for approximately 45 minutes, representatives from PSNC and NHS Digital will discuss the Toolkit questions, talk delegates through the available guidance materials and answer questions about making the declaration.

To have the best experience at this webinar, we recommend contractors read PSNC’s new guidance documents and log into the Toolkit to review the questions. Contractors can also submit questions about the Toolkit and associated guidance ahead of the event (using the webinar platform or by emailing it@psnc.org.uk).

Register for our Data Security and Protection Toolkit Workshop

 

 

 



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