NYUSOM is a global medical center, research institution, and the Medical School of New York University, headquartered in the United States. If you agree to participate in this survey and/or to use this website, your personally identifiable information will be transmitted directly to NYUSOM researchers in the United States. Data protection laws in the United States may not be as stringent as the laws where you reside. By agreeing to participate in this study, you are consenting to the transmission of your personally identifiable information to NYUSOM researchers in the United States.
Via your completion of the survey, the researchers may collect and use personally-identifiable information in the course of offering access to, and in the occasionally modification of, this website. This means that if you agree to take part in the survey and to access this website, the researchers may collect data about you in the ways needed to inform this website’s functionality and usefulness to the user community.
The “host” of this website is Dr. Marc N. Gourevitch, Department of Population Health, at the New York University School of Medicine (“NYUSOM”). NYUSOM and Forum One are jointly responsible for the website. NYUSOM will act as the data controller for this study and is responsible for looking after your information and using it properly. At present, NYUSOM will plan to retain this data indefinitely, or until you request such modification or deletion of your data, following the process outlined herein.
You have certain rights with respect to the identifiable information collected about you during this survey and subsequent website use. These rights include:
The right to request access to the personally identifiable information that we have collected about you, as well as the right to request rectification of any information that is inaccurate or incomplete.
The right to request a copy of your personally identifiable information in electronic format so that you can transmit the data to third parties, or to request that we directly transfer your personally identifiable information to one or more third parties.
The right to object to the use of your personally identifiable information for one or more purposes, including if you wish to withdraw your prior response from this survey, to object to the continued use of this information for the purposes of this website.
The right to erasure of your personally identifiable information when it is no longer needed for the purposes for which you provided it, as well as the right to restriction of processing of your personally identifiable information to certain limited purposes where erasure is not possible.
If you agree to participate in this survey and to have your survey responses recorded in order to access this website, but later change your mind, we will keep the information about you that they have already obtained, unless you request otherwise. After you have agreed to participate in the survey and to access the website, your rights to access, change, move, erase, or object to the continued use of information already collected about you may be limited, as we need to manage your information in specific ways in order for our website to be reliable and accurate. To safeguard your rights, we will use the minimum personally-identifiable information possible.
The legal basis for the collection and use of personally identifiable information about you is in furtherance of our legitimate interests in the collection of reliable and accurate data for scientific analysis.
To exercise any of the above rights, you should contact the website host, at the contact information provided below.
If you have any concerns or complaints with respect to the handling of your personally identifiable information collected via the survey or through the use of this website, you can contact New York University’s Data Protection Officer, Tani Raiford, by phone: +1 212-998-1180, e-mail: [email protected], or mailing: 10 Astor Place, Room 502E, New York, NY 10003. If you are not satisfied with the Data Protection Officer’s response or if you believe that the researchers are using your personally identifiable information in a way that is not lawful, you can complain to the following data protection authority: [email protected].