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Volunteers must not, under any circumstances, discuss any personnel matters (regarding paid or voluntary staff) or disclose patient/carer information or details to anyone outside the Hospice. Information about a patient cannot be discussed with relatives or friends unless the patient has given permission for this. Volunteers are expected to respect business confidentiality, particularly in financial matters and policy issues as specified by the Board of Trustees. Information cascaded within the Hospice is not for the public domain until/unless permission is given or published in the Impact Report or by a press release. The Hospice regards any breach of confidentiality very seriously. Any breach could result in the end of your volunteering for the Hospice
I confirm that the information I have given is accurate. I understand that any matters of a confidential nature, must under no circumstances be divulged or passed to any unauthorised person(s). I consent to my information being held and processed by The Hospice of St Francis or its agents In accordance with 1998 Data Protection Act.
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