Making and using visual and audio recordings of patients: Contents

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Introduction 1-4
Scope of this guidance 5-7
     Pathology slides 7
Principles 8-9
Recordings made as part of a patient's care, including investigation or treatment of a condition 10-21
     Recordings for which separate consent is not required 10-12
     Recordings for which specific consent is required    13-21
           Consent to make recordings as part of the patient's care 13-14
           Disclosure and use of recordings made as part of the patient's care 15-17
           Adult patients who lack capacity - making recordings as part of care 18-19
           Adult patients who lack capacity - disclosure and use of recordings made as part of care     20
           Children or young people - making recordings as part of care 21
Recordings made for research, teaching, training and other healthcare-related purposes 22-35
     Existing collections used for teaching and training 22-23
     Adults with capacity - making recordings for secondary purposes 24-27
     Adults with conditions that may impair capacity - making recordings for secondary purposes 28-30
     Adults who lack capacity - making recordings for secondary purposes 31-33
     Children or young people - making recordings for secondary purposes 34-35
Recordings for use in widely accessible public media (television, radio, internet, print) 36-46
     Children or young people who lack capacity - recordings made for widely accessible public media 43-44
     Adults who lack capacity - recordings for widely accessible public media 45-46
Deceased patients 47-53
     Recordings made when the patient was alive 47-48
     Post-mortems examinations 49-53
Making recordings covertly 54-55 
Recording telephone calls 56
Storing and disposing of recordings 57-59
Other sources of information and guidance  
Endnotes

 

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