|An introduction from Dr Amir Hannan to Records Access and additional video content available from this site
|Blood Pressure (BP) & Weight
|A reminder that Records Access is not just about checking your records, but also an opportunity for you to keep your health record as up to date as possible by checking your Blood Pressure (BP) and weight and informing your doctor what the details are at your next visit
|What do we want you to do?
|How to go about accessing your health record and what to expect when you do
|Describes the benefits of Records Access and why we believe you should consider registering to use this service
|Some issues (part 1)
|Password protection, increased demand on a stretched service. Mental Health, challenges for non-English speaking patients
|Some issues (part 2)
|Significant events e.g. termination of pregnancy
|Some issues (part 3)
|Consultants may not be aware that you are accessing your health records online. You may now see letters before your GP does
|The BIG issues (part 1)
|News that you don’t understand
|The BIG issues (part 2)
|Handling unexpected news e.g. a shadow on the lung on a chest X Ray
|The BIG issues (part 3)
|Wrong letter in notes and children and Record Access rights
|The BIG issues (part 4)
|Dealing with third party information and special consideratio eg child protection and psychiatric notes
|Patient – the advantages
|A patient’s perspective on the advantages
|Patient – What You See Is What You Get (WYSIWYG)
|What else could WYSIWYG mean?
|Patient – Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
|A range of questions that have already been asked by patients
|Local Care Record Development Board
|What is the local Care Record Development Board and how does it help to protect patients and clinicians
|How can you help?
|What can patients do to help the system and clinicians
|What are the next steps that you should take to get access to your health records?