National Innovation Accelerator

Purposes for processing and categories of personal data

National Innovation Accelerator  is hosted by UCL Partners although we commission/contribute financially to the programme.  For applications to the programme they use the fluid review system which is accessed by UCL Partners for assessment purposes; within our team we can also access all data should we wish as follows:

  • name and contact details
  • professional registration number
  • personal data supplied in application made to the programme, such as biographical details/place of work/organisational details
  • references
  • letters of support
  • personal data contained in shortlists or processed as a result of interviews
  • personal data comprised in press releases or other publicity materials (such as case studies)
  • a personal sprint plan.

Categories of recipients

Recipients of the data include:

  • The Research and Innovation team
  • The Innovation team
  • Academic Health Science Networks
  • Assessors (NHS England, NHS Improvement, NHS Digital, Partner Organisations, external experts)
  • Partner organisations
  • The media and the public

Legal basis for processing

For the GDPR purposes NHS England’s lawful basis for processing is Article 6(1)(e) – ‘…exercise of official authority…’.