Support for the Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT) Oxfordshire

DSPT Support and Guidance – Useful Links
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Working Together in Partnership: Oxfordshire, Berkshire & Buckinghamshire

Our program of local support will focus on the needs of smaller and medium sized care providers and will mainly be for services that are registered with CQC. This will be launching very soon in 2021. The program will include, webinars, interactive online workshops, and some 1:1 support for care providers who need the most assistance. This will be available to Care Providers within Oxfordshire, Berkshire and Buckinghamshire.

Getting Started – Free Webinars

The impact of COVID-19 has meant more reliance on technology, and in this digital age it’s vital that people’s information is kept secure. Have you assessed how safe your confidential information is? Are you clear on good practice to keep both paper and digital records secure? Join these free webinars to help you think about what you need to do to protect your organisation’s confidential information.

These webinars are for providers of adult social care in England. They will help your organisation prepare for registering on, and completing, the Data Security and Protection Toolkit (DSPT). No technical knowledge is needed.

These webinars are provided by the Institute of Public Care (IPC), part of Oxford Brookes University, on behalf of Digital Social Care and as part of a national support programme funded by NHSX called Better Security, Better Care.

To register for a 2021 webinar, please click here.

To watch the recorded webinar series, please click here.

You can also access some useful staff training information;

Any questions, please contact Jackie Daru at the Institute of Public Care via [email protected] or by phoning 01865 790312.

Click here to go back to the ‘Welcome to the DSPT’ OACP main page

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NHS Mail: User Guide for Care Providers – click here

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Registering your DSPT account

Once you have identified an email address you can use and have established what your ODS code is you can register your account.

Have a read of these instructions first and then click on the ‘Register your DSPT Account’ button at the end of the page to set up your account.

Data Security and Protection Toolkit Register Screenshot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You will then be prompted to enter some basic user details. Make sure you use the email address you have identified above. Press the blue continue button.
Data Security and Protection Toolkit Register Screenshot

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

You will now be sent an email containing a link which you need to click on. This takes you back to the registration page to set up your password. Set up your password and make a note of it.

Make sure that all relevant staff are aware of the email address and password used to set up the Toolkit. You can now register your DSP Toolkit account by pressing on the button below and repeating the steps above.

REGISTER YOUR DSPT ACCOUNT

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Get set up and register with the DSPT – click here

Go back to the DSPT OACP main pageclick here

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SIGN UP TO BE AN EARLY ADOPTER HERE:

  • Let us know what your query is and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

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Contact us during open office hours on 01235 248085  or send us a message

For further information about NHS Mail for Care Providers please check out the Digital Social Care Website

This project is part of a wider programme supporting the delivery of the National Cyber Security Strategy across adult social care services. The programme, which is led by Digital Social Care, the Local Government Association and the newly created NHSX, works to develop practical solutions to the data and cyber security challenges faced by adult social care providers in England.