- 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’?
- 5. How do I use ’search by the name of a patient’?
- 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?
- 13. What is OCR and how is it used on the site?
- 14. How do I use Adobe Reader to search within documents?
12. What is a redacted document and why have documents been redacted?
A document has been redacted if any of its content has been removed from public view.
Some redactions are required in order to comply with legislation, including the Data Protection Act 1998.
During the disclosure process, the Panel carried out checks to confirm that redactions, where made, were in accordance with the policies in the Redaction framework.
Please view the Redaction framework and learn more about the types of information that have (or have not) been redacted.