We, at i-WomenHealth, value the privacy of our website visitors and are dedicated to safeguarding any personal information they may submit with us. This Privacy Statement explains our practises for collecting, using, and disclosing information obtained when you visit our website or when you participate in any of our online forums, platforms, newsletters, or other digital activities on the website. This privacy statement also explains your options for how your personal information is used, accessed, and corrected.
Contact information, such as the user's name, contact information, and postal address, may be gathered directly from a user. This personal information will only be used to contact you about our conferences. We may keep your personal information for as long as it is necessary for our business operations or until you ask us to delete it.
We employ adequate administrative, physical, and technological protections to keep your personal information secure and protected against unauthorised access, loss, abuse, or modification. Each user's information is held on systems that are subject to suitable security measures, and employee access to such information is restricted. Your personal information is never sold, rented, or traded to third parties.
We may publish some of your information if you attend the i-WomenHealth Conference. For example, the abstract book may include the complete contact information of people who have registered for a conference. The names of attendees and their universities may be published on our website. We may share your contact information with conference organizers in order to assist them with the planning and organisation of the event. In material created by the conference organizers, we may additionally publish information such as participant names, education or professional background, or photos, and images of meeting interactions may be utilised in our marketing materials. We may also make this information available to Board Members, the Scientific Advisory Board, and other persons involved in the programming of the events.
Your Options and Rights: You have options when it comes to how we use and disclose your personal data. If you no longer wish to receive marketing-related communications from us, you may unsubscribe using the link provided in such emails. We will do our best to fulfil your request(s) as quickly as possible. Alternatively, you may contact us to review, rectify, or update personal data that you have previously provided to us.
Information to the Public: In addition to such recommendations, we may include personal testimonials from participants on our website, along with your name. You may contact us to edit or delete your testimonial.
Security: We value the security of your personal information, and we work hard to implement and maintain reasonable, commercially acceptable security procedures and practises that are appropriate to the nature of the data we store in order to prevent unauthorised access, destruction, use, modification, or disclosure. Please be aware, however, that no method of internet transmission or computer storage is completely secure, and we cannot ensure the full security of the personal information we have received from you.
Cookies and Technologies: Cookies and other tracking technologies may be used to gather information on the website. Cookies and other tracking technologies are script files that make it easier to gather non-personal information like the number of visitors to the website and how they got there. By modifying your browser settings, you may be able to refuse or disable cookies or tracking technologies on the website. In the “Help” area of the toolbar, most browsers provide instructions on how to reset the browser to reject cookies. We may not be able to provide you with some information or services if you choose to reject cookies and other tracking technology.