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Do you own a fitness tracker? Or even just activate the steps counter on your phone? Most of us have used some sort of health or fitness app, whether to go running or record more intimate details. Most of us have also ticked all the terms and conditions automatically. To comply with GDPR, the information... Continue Reading →
As a doctor, I have always been very aware of the importance of patient confidentiality. Not only for ethical or legal reasons but also for purely practical purposes. If you don't have all the information you can't make the right decisions, and you will only get all the embarrassing information if patients are confident it... Continue Reading →
As expert patients go, there are few as expert as type 1 diabetics when it come to the latest technology. Patients with diabetes who turn up unwell in the ED with high blood sugars and an insulin pump can get diabetes nurse input before a transfer to ITU. However, ED docs and GPS can use the... Continue Reading →