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Cardiac arrest occurs when the heart stops beating suddenly; it is the most extreme medical emergency and requires an immediate response. Cardiac arrest can happen to both adults and children, though it is more common in later life.
We harnessed the power of information and technology to help England’s health and care sectors to deliver more efficient and effective care.
Simon Bolton, Interim CEO of NHS Digital, explains why we are giving people more time to reflect on the launch of the GP Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR).
The COVID-19 pandemic changed the way we use GP data for planning and research. Peter Short, Clinical Lead for GP Data explains how the trustworthy and careful use of this data benefits us all as users of the NHS.