Your medical record includes details of your physical, mental and sexual health, as well as wide-ranging data, including appointments, symptoms, observations, referrals, diagnoses, test results, medications, allergies and immunisations. It also includes your sex, ethnicity and sexual orientation.
All of the above data would be shared under the GPDPR scheme.
All this data is pseudonymised. This means any data that could directly identify you, for example your NHS number, GP patient number, full postcode and date of birth, is all replaced with unique codes, which are produced by de-identification software before the data is shared with NHS Digital. This means no one will be able to identify you from the data. Only individuals who provide explicit consent to reidentifying the data to be used for a valid legal purpose such (such as participating in a clinical trial).