- 1. What is the difference between ‘search’ and ‘browse’?
- 2. How do I use ‘search all documents’?
- 3. What is ‘browse’ and how does it work?
- 4. How do I use ‘browse by contributor’?
- 6. How do I use ‘browse by investigation‘?
- 7. How does ‘browse’ find the relevant documents?
- 8. How do I search everything?
- 9. I used ‘search by the name of a patient’ but didn’t get any document results. Why?
- 10. Why can’t I find the material I expected to find?
- 11. Why has some material not been disclosed on this site?
- 12. What is a redacted document and why have documents been redacted?
- 13. What is OCR and how is it used on the site?
- 14. How do I use Adobe Reader to search within documents?
5. How do I use ’search by the name of a patient’?
’Search by the name of a patient appearing in the documents’ is found in the Online archive section of this website. You can use this feature to view documents related to a specific patient who may be referred to by the Gosport Independent Panel.
You must type in the name of the patient and click ‘search’ in order to see a list of results. You can also filter the results further using the filters provided.
When you click on any of the document titles, you are taken to a document landing page that gives more information about the item. You can also download the document from there.