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National Diabetes Transition Audit: GDPR information
Why and how we process your data in the National Diabetes Transition Audit system, and your rights.
|How we use the information (processing activities)||
Provision of the National Diabetes Transition audit for young people with diabetes moving from child to adult care to improve their care and potentially identify those at high risk of developing diabetes
|Does this contain sensitive (special category) data such as health information?||Yes|
|Who are recipients of this data?||
|Is data transferred outside the UK?||Not for the purposes of processing it by NHS Digital. It may be transferred outside of the UK if this is approved by NHS Digital through the DARS process for any particular dissemination.|
|How long the data is kept||8 years minimum after no longer required|
|Our lawful basis for holding this data||Legal obligation|
|How can you withdraw your consent?||
Consent not the basis for processing
|Is the data subject to decisions made solely by computers? (automated decision making)||No|
|Where does this data come from?||General Practice (GP) medical records|
|The legal basis for collecting this data||
Legal obligation (Direction) and management of health and social care systems
Where NHS Digital uses this data
The National Diabetes Transition Audit links the National Diabetes Audit and National Paediatric Diabetes Audit datasets so that the care of young people with diabetes can be tracked during the transition from paediatric diabetes services to adult diabetes services.
How we use personal data, in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), including a register of processing activities, and your rights.