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The NHS Confederation runs this website Please refer to these terms and conditions separately. This privacy notice applies to the NHS Confederation website.The NHS Confederation collects and stores the following information that is automatically recognised: the date and time, the originating IP, the type of browser and operating system used, the URL of the referring page, the object requested, and the completion status of the request. Visitors to our public website remain anonymous as none of the data collected is linked to any personal information. The information only allows us to assess the popularity of the pages on the website, so that we can continually improve our site.

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We collect and store information when users register to log in to the password protected area of the site. Information collected during registration is stored in our internal contact management system, all details provided will remain secure and confidential and are kept in accordance with the data protection act. We will not use this data to contact you, unless during registration you opt in to receive our communications. We will not pass your details to 3rd parties. Data may be used to serve targeted ads to social media profiles that are associated with email addresses provided during online registration.


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