The Medway School of Pharmacy, as part of both the University of Kent and the University of Greenwich, is committed to protecting the privacy and security of your personal information. In relation to your registration, we process the data that you provide to us via the Skills for Dermatology website. We may also process information relating to your registration which is provided to us by third parties at your behest. The information which we process would typically include:
We process personal data about you for the following reasons:
You have rights as a Data Subject. You can see more information about those rights on the University of Greenwich website. To contact Peter Garrod, the University of Greenwich’s Data Protection Officer and University Secretary, email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
We rely on the following legal bases for processing the data:
Data is shared with the University of Kent via SFTP transfer.
The SFTP transfer runs an Ingres 4GL script which does the following:
Data is shared with the University of Greenwich via manual transfer of data extracted from the Skills for MURs website data.
Relevant Medway School of Pharmacy employees will have access to the registration data that you enter here. We may also share data about you, in some instances, with third parties. Examples of this include:
Data for Skills for Dermatology registration and pass/fail data will be held until 2025 and from there on for a period of six years after the end of the academic year in which the student registered. We keep the data in a secure location with strictly limited access. We keep the data for a long period of time because we are the primary collector of the data. Requests for confirmation of pass / fail information come to the Medway School of Pharmacy from the GPhC, NHS England, the University of Kent and the University of Greenwich. Pharmacists are required to register their MUR accreditation with NHS England and NHS England may need to confirm pass/fail data with the Medway School of Pharmacy. The accreditation confers the legal right to pharmacists to conduct the Medicines Use Review and the Prescription Intervention Service, specified as an Advanced Service in the 2013 community pharmacy contract for England. We hold the Master data lists and provide confirmation of students' MUR statuses to both the University of Greenwich and the University of Kent on demand.