The person who first signed up for the Spip - usually the practice manager, 'Practice' - has full control over the information that appears in their Spip, as well as being able to input information themselves.
Practice, via their Dashboard, will also invite Clinicians to view their practice's Spip, and can also reassign any Clinician to become an Editor.
Editors will usually be members of your practice team who are familiar with your practice procedures and local services e.g. GPs, medical secretaries, practice nurses. An experienced, trusted locum could also be a suitable editor. Editors can keep Spip up-to-date in the same way as Practice.
Even Clinicians can contribute to your Spip's completeness by leaving comments on any Spip page.
This all depends on what role the Practice has assigned you.
|Practice||Own & Edit||Own & Edit||View||A single authorised person within the practice who controls and manages Spip and Cudos. Can add and delete contacts in Cudos and content in Spip; can invite anyone to be a Clinician and change the status of Clinician to Editor or Staff. Can also invite and activate Group.|
|Editor||Edit||Edit||View||Same as Clinician; can also add and delete contacts in Cudos as well as in Spip.|
|Staff||View||View||View||Same as Clinician; can also view Cudos.|
|Clinician||View||Hidden||Hidden||Can view all content in Spip that has been authorised for viewing by Practice or Editor. Can not directly view Cudos.|
|network||Dummy||Hidden||Edit||Coming April 2016! Can only be invited by Practice; can add and delete contacts in a separate Network Cudos. Can not view any contents in Spip. By inviting a Network (e.g. a single contact at a CCG or a GP federation) to add and delete contacts in a separate network Cudos; Practice or Editor can choose to also use contacts that have been added by Network.|