As we are a training practice, some of our GPs have to record consultations as part of training and assessment
The consultations are recorded via a secure portal called fourteen fish, and may form part of assessments by trained Royal College of General Practitioner examiners, as well as part of in house teaching between the GP and supervisor (GPs supervisors are Dr Jayne Davies and Dr Liam Hosie).
We will ask consent before any consultation is recorded. If the consultation is recorded, you will receive a call that comes from a mobile number, the recorded messages takes you through the consent process (the number will appear as a mobile number on your phone, not as the usual withheld surgery number). You will be given the option at the end of the consultation to say that you are happy for the consultation to be saved. If you choose not to have a consultation recorded, it will not affect your care in any way at all.
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