General Practice Data for Planning and Research (GPDPR)
Data powers the NHS - the collection of GP data could support vital health and care planning and research.
Our latest programme blogs
Why we want to recruit data sceptics
Eileen Phillips, GP Data Patient and Public Engagement and Communications Advisory Panel (PPECAP) co-chair and National Data Guardian Panel member, says actively seeking opposing points of views is essential if we’re to understand concerns and build public trust in the use of patient data.
What we discovered when designing an opt-out service
Andrew Thorne-Marsh, Programme Manager for GP Data, reflects on the confusion around opting-out of health and adult social care data sharing and examines why it is essential to equip people with clear and accessible information so they can make meaningful choices on how their data is used.
What do GP staff think about data use?
Peter Short, clinical lead for the GPDPR programme, picks out some of the key points from a survey of GP staff about the use of GP data – and explains how it is shaping the programme's thinking.