What information is being collected?
Records of your personal data – such as date of birth, address, telephone numbers, email address and other relevant medical information.
Who is collecting it?
We are registered with the Information Commissioner as Data Controller. We will collect data at the start of your first contact. Some information may be requested by email to ensure the smooth running of your programme. On occasion data from relevant medical notes may also form part of the data collected and be held by ourselves.
How is it collected?
Collection of data happens via pen and paper note taking, sharing of online forms, secure email, text messages, occasionally photographs, videos and letters by mail. No personal data is collected via social media.
Why is it being collected?
Data is collected to record, guide and document your progress. This facilitates effective communication with you for the best outcomes. It is also used to compare progress and to highlight changes, action to be taken and a detailed record of programme provided.
Data also helps us to carry out relevant research from time to time. All Clients are informed and consulted regarding any research projects and can opt in or out of this. Unique reference codes are used to transfer data.
How will it be used?
Data is used to communicate appointments, session information, progress, relevant referrals and relevant consented social media.
Who will it be shared with?
Data is rarely shared outside of the group environment. On occasion it may be necessary for information to be shared with another Mentor or medical service. This will only occur with your informed consent and your full permission requested first.
What will the effect of this be on the individuals concerned?
No data is shared with third parties without consented permission
No data is sold to third parties
Data will be stored securely on mobile phones / tablets / laptops / desk computers and password protected.
Is the intended use likely to cause individuals to object or complain?
We take data protection and privacy seriously and promote this philosophy to all the industry in relation to protecting client data.
The data mapping in place should never cause a client to object or complain. Any queries and complaints are taken seriously and investigated.
Jackie Hodson and Zoe Reast
The Gut Reset Bootcamp
If you are unhappy with how your data is being collected or held, please contact ourselves in the first instance.
Alternatively, you can contact the Information Commissioner at the following address
Information Commissioner’s Office
PO Box 66