An equality impact assessment is used to establish how a policy or similar document may impact on individuals, communities or equality groups to identify and minimise or remove any disproportionate impact.
Valid To: 31/07/2022
Publication Type: Forms
A full impact assessment should be undertaken for policies, strategies, procedures or projects which are anticipated to have an impact on members of the public.
Valid To: 31/07/2022
Publication Type: Forms
This guidance provides staff with information on a range of issues relating to information governance to assist staff in being compliant with the relevant legislation and local policies. The aim of this booklet is to ensure that you are aware of your roles and responsibilities for Information Governance.
Valid To: 01/02/2022
Publication Type: Guidelines
Please see the Incident Management Policy or speak to the Corporate Governance team for support with completing this form.
Valid To: 28/02/2022
Publication Type: Forms
A guide to help NHS Kernow colleagues to understand the importance equality impact assessments (EIAs) and understand when to undertake an EIA.
Valid To: 31/07/2022
Publication Type: Guidelines
A guide to help NHS Kernow colleagues understand the importance of full impact assessments (FIAs)and uUnderstand when to undertake an FIA.
Valid To: 31/07/2022
Publication Type: Guidelines
The purpose of this notice is to inform you of the type of information (including personal information) that NHS Kernow holds, how that information is used, who the information may be shared with, how it is kept secure and confidential and what your rights are in relation to this.
Valid To: 28/12/2021
Publication Type: Guidelines
This form is used when mapping information processes that are deemed to have a low level of risk. The comprehensive DPIA template will need to be completed for areas of medium and high level of risk. If in doubt which template to use please contact the Head of Information Governance or a senior member of the Corporate Governance team for advice.
Valid To: 28/02/2021
Publication Type: Templates