Category: GDPR

The biggest change is just around the corner…

GDPR was designed to harmonise personal data privacy laws across Europe, to protect all EU citizens data privacy and to reshape the way organisations approach data privacy. What makes up personal data? Personal data means any information relating to an identified or identifiable person, no matter how it is captured and store – so personal data on […]




Dr Brian Franks talks to us about why he chose Consentz

Aesthetic practitioner and trainer, Dr Brian Franks, talks to us about why he chose Consentz. Tell us what you were looking for in a patient management system. I was looking for a digital system to replace my paper records but I couldn’t find one that met my requirements. I needed a system that was secure […]




What Does GDPR Mean For Cosmetic Clinics?

With not long to go until the new GDPR changes come into effect, now is the time to start checking that you are handling data safely and correctly. Even though there are hefty fines for not following protocol, a recent YouGov survey reveals that 51% of senior decision makers in the medical industry are unaware […]




Report suggests many clinics are unaware of GDPR

At Consentz, we’ve only received a handful about the new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) which is a rather alarming as all businesses need to be compliant by May 25th next year. However, this isn’t something that only Consentz has observed. Indeed, a recent study by YouGov and Irwin Mitchell suggests that many medical and […]




GDPR White Paper

  ‘It’s really important to recognise that taking a proactive approach towards GDPR compliance will potentially reap financial benefits.’ Stuart Padgham, Partner at Irwin Mitchell.   Prepared by Consentz and Irwin Mitchel, this white paper underlines the importance of being prepared for GDPR.   Download a copy by clicking here.




GDPR at CCR 2017

At CCR 2017 Stuart Padgham, a Partner at Irwin Mitchell LLP along with our Co-Founder, Dr Natalie Blakely gave a talk on the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) changes scheduled for 2018. The well attended presentation included an overview of the new requirements and a break down of the rights a patient will have […]