The following Terms and Conditions shall govern the relationship between the Palliative Care Education and Training Collaborative (incorporating PCC4U and PEPA) (The Collaborative) and End of Life Law for Clinicians (ELLC) being led at the Queensland University of Technology (Us, We) and You in relation Your use of the website.
Use of the website may involve provision of a user account which we shall maintain subject to these Terms and Conditions.
We may delete or archive a user account at our discretion. We will use reasonable endeavours to notify you of such deletion or archiving processes. As a general expectation, user accounts may be rendered inoperative three (3) years after their last use.
Irrespective of whether a user account is deleted or suspended, We may continue to use personal information connected to that user account as permitted in these Terms and Conditions.
We ensure that personal information is responsibly collected and managed in accordance with National Privacy Principles and Information Privacy Principles of the Information Privacy Act 2009. We also comply with the requirements of the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), including provision of mandatory data breach notifications.
Notwithstanding this, you should be aware that there are inherent risks associated with the use of the Internet for the transmission of personal or private information. We disclaim any liability for such risks to the extent that they are outside of our reasonable control.
Your email address and personal details will only be used by us for the purpose for which you have provided it being the administration and use of the website and materials provided on that website. This may include the provision of details and statistics aggregated from your personal information to the Commonwealth Department of Health and the PEPA/PCC4U Collaborative. Your email address will not be added to any mailing lists without your permission. We will not give anyone else your email address or any other personal details provided by you, unless you consent to this in writing, or we are required to do so by law.
The ELLC training program collects data on user’s membership of the ACEM, ACRRM, or RACGP. This information will be used to report users’ module completions to their nominated College(s) for continuing professional development purposes. This data will not be shared with any other third parties, or used in any other way.
When you visit the site, some or all of the following information about your visit may be automatically logged:
- The name or number which uniquely identifies the computer making the connection to this website (IP address)
- The address of the referring website
- The date and time of your visit
- Your top level domain name (e.g. gov. uk .au, etc)
- The address of the page accessed and any files downloaded
- The type of browser you used
Subject to your written request, we may maintain records of your personal information collected under these Terms and Conditions for an indefinite period as is necessary to comply with our obligations to the Commonwealth Department of Health and for the continued administration of the website.
By using this website and entering any sensitive information, you consent to our collection of that sensitive information.
Although we have attempted to ensure the information published is as accurate and complete as possible, such Information may change from time to time. The Collaborative and ELLC which are led by Queensland University of Technology (QUT) including other collaborating Universities and the Department of Health (DoH) make no representations about the suitability of this information for any purpose. It is provided “as is” without express or implied warranty.
The Collaborative, ELLC, QUT and DoH disclaim all warranties with regard to this information, including all implied warranties of merchantability and fitness, in no event shall The Collaborative, ELLC, QUT or DoH be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever resulting from loss of use, data or profits, whether in an action of contract, negligence or other tortious action, arising out of or in connection with the use or performance of this information.
The information and views expressed in this website are those of The Collaborative project team. It is not the responsibility of, nor does it necessarily reflect the views of the organisations to which individual team members may be affiliated or that of the funding body, the Australian Government Department of Health. This information may include technical inaccuracies or typographical errors. The Collaborative team may make improvements and/or changes in the information at any time.
In addition, the information is necessarily of a general nature, and health professionals should use their best clinical judgement in the way in which it is used. Individuals should seek professional medical care and advice as required. The information provided on this website does not constitute provision of a health service or legal advice. Case examples in the training are hypothetical and do not represent actual clinical scenarios, except for the published legal decisions of courts and tribunals.
This web site contains links to other sites that are external to The Collaborative and QUT. We take care when linking to external websites, but we have no direct control over the content of the linked web sites, or to the changes that may occur to the content on those sites. It is the responsibility of the user to make their own decisions about the accuracy, currency, reliability, and correctness of information contained in linked external websites.
We are not influenced by sponsorship, and express advertising or implied endorsement for any commercial products or services is strictly prohibited. Reference on our website to any specific commercial products, process, service, manufacturer, company, or trademark does not constitute its endorsement or recommendation by us.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people who are viewing the websites or other project materials are advised that this site may contain images and voices of people who have died. In some Indigenous communities naming of a deceased person and reference to them or seeing images of deceased persons in photographs, film and books or hearing them in recordings etc may cause sadness or distress and in some cases, offend strongly held cultural prohibitions. If you become aware that an image or voice of a deceased person is being used please contact us and we will endeavour to remove such images from our promotions.
We may make changes to these Terms and Conditions from time to time and we encourage you to periodically review these Terms and Conditions.