Date of prep: December 2020
Prescribing information and
adverse events reporting
For healthcare professionals only
Pharmacy in Practice (PIP) is a publishing firm and provides editorial, consultancy and training services to its readers.
What we collect
If you sign up to our weekly e-mail or take part in our quiz, we may collect the following information:
For our live events we will ask to gather the following information:
Collection and use of personal information
‘Data Protection Law’ includes the General Data Protection Regulation 2016/679; the UK Data Protection Act 2018 and all relevant EU and UK data protection legislation.
This policy applies to all personal data processed by PIP. All PIP staff are expected to comply with this policy and failure to comply may lead to disciplinary action for misconduct, including dismissal.
Data protection principles
PIP complies with the data protection principles set out below. When processing personal data, it ensures that:
Process – procedures – guidance
PIP will ensure that all staff who handle personal data on its behalf are aware of their responsibilities under this policy and other relevant data protection and information security policies and that they are adequately trained and supervised.
Breaching this policy may result in disciplinary action for misconduct, including dismissal. Obtaining (including accessing) or disclosing personal data in breach of PIP’s data protection policies may also be a criminal offence.
Data Subject Rights
PIP has processes in place to ensure that it can facilitate any request made by an individual to exercise their rights under data protection law.
All requests will be considered without undue delay and within one month of receipt as far as possible.
Subject access: the right to request information about how personal data is being processed, including whether personal data is being processed and the right to be allowed access to that data and to be provided with a copy of that data along with the right to obtain the following information:
Rectification: the right to allow a data subject to rectify inaccurate personal data concerning them.
Erasure: the right to have data erased and to have confirmation of erasure, but only where:
The data is no longer necessary in relation to the purpose for which it was collected, or where consent is withdrawn, or where there is no legal basis for the processing, or there is a legal obligation to delete data
Restriction of processing: the right to ask for certain processing to be restricted in the following circumstances:
If the accuracy of the personal data is being contested, or if our processing is unlawful but the data subject does not want it erased, or if the data is no longer needed for the purpose of the processing but it is required by the data subject for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims, or if the data subject has objected to the processing, pending verification of that objection.
The Directors of PIP take ultimate responsibility for data protection.
If you have any concerns or wish to exercise any of your rights under the GDPR, then you can contact the data protection lead in the following ways:
Name Johnathan Laird
At the start of a quiz, you will be asked to add your e-mail address. You do not need to do this to participate in the quiz, however it enables you to be e-mailed the answers and also the creation and delivery of a personalised certificate. If you do add your e-mail address it will be temporarily stored on our the PIP server managed by Turriff Web.
Pharmacy in Practice Research
Learning management system (online educational modules)
The learning management system that we use may send the user emails in relation to the module that they have enrolled in. This may be to deliver a certificate of completion, an achievement, ask for feedback, send a reminder that you have a course that is incomplete or send notification of successful completion of a quiz. For the avoidance of doubt signing up to a learning module will not mean your email address will be added to any of our mailing lists. We require you to specifically opt-in for us to do that.
Weekly e-mail sign up popup
We currently use the Sendinblue service to collect and securely store your personal information if you sign up to receive our weekly e-mail. You can read about their security measures here.
Digital Iive events
PIP requires a certain amount of information from digital live event delegates to ensure compliance with GDPR but also with the ABPI code. PIP will gather the information stated above for the purposes of running the live digital events. On occasions, companies who support the events may request further personal details. We will only share these with your explicit permission.
Links to other websites
How we use your data
We need to collect some data from you, for example when you order products or services, use our website, attend or complete our courses or contact us. We will not use any data for marketing purposes without your consent and if we need to share your data with any third party partners we will inform you. Please see our privacy notice above for more information on how we use your data.
You can view our complaints procedure here.
If you have any questions about our policy, please contact email@example.com.
This policy was last updated on 21 August 2020 and shall be regularly monitored and reviewed, at least every two years.