PRSB standards are developed in consultation with doctors, patients and the public, the social care system and allied healthcare professionals.

Project: Information sharing with pharmacies

The Professional Record Standards Body (PRSB) is inviting health and care professionals, patients and clinical system suppliers to complete a new survey on information sharing between community pharmacies and other care providers, to help deliver safer and better care in future.

Survey: 15th May - 8th June 2018 (now closed)

The project, which is being run in collaboration with the Royal College of Physicians Health Informatics Unit and NHS Digital, is aiming to support the increased drive to help people remain healthy in the community, with the help of professionals. For this to happen, we need all health and care services to work together and share the right information between systems, so we can ensure that patients receive high quality care that is consistent at all times.

Project details: For more details visit the project overview page


Project: Maternity records

Survey (2) date:27th February - 19 March 2018
Project details: For more details visit the project overview page


Project: Clinical referral information

Survey date: February - March 9th 2018
Click here to complete the survey
Project details: For more details visit the project overview page


Project: Document naming standard

Survey date: January 31st - February 2nd 2018 (closed)
Project details: For more details visit the project overview page


Project: Maternity records

Workshop dates: 9th and 14th November 2017 - completed
Provisional survey date: December 2017 - 22 January 2018 - completed
Project details: For more details visit the project overview page


Project: Clinical referral information

Workshop date: 14th November 2017 - completed
Provisional survey date: 4th December 2017 - completed
For more information please contact us on info@theprsb.org

Maternity workshops

Clinicians, professionals and women using maternity services recently gathered for two workshops. Midwives, women, other clinicians and public health professionals shared their thoughts on what information needed to be recorded and where. Read more