Preparing for Patients D programme: Conversations with 3rd year medical students
The Preparing for Patients D module is a programme taken by all third year medical students studying at the University of Cambridge.
If you volunteer to take part in this programme, we will use the information you provide to us, for the purposes of organising this module. In order to fulfil these purposes, we may share your information with administrative and academic/clinical colleagues who are also involved in the organisation and/or delivery of teaching or assessment for the University. Some of these individuals are University staff members, but others may be employed by external organisations, such as the NHS.
Students will be provided with your name, contact details and your address. They will contact you directly after the course starts in October, to arrange to meet with you. At the end of the visits students are required to submit an assignment reflecting on their experience; please note that all the conversations are completely confidential and your name will not be mentioned in any coursework.
We use your personal information in order to pursue our public interest task in delivering a high quality of education and training for our students. We will retain your information until the start of the next academic year, but please contact us at any time at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 01223 769288, if you no longer wish to volunteer, or if you wish to request amendment or deletion of your data.
For more information about how we handle your personal information, and your rights under data protection legislation, please see https://www.information-compliance.admin.cam.ac.uk/data-protection/general-data .