Palliative Care New South Wales is committed to complying with the Privacy Act of 1988 and the National Privacy Principles.
Palliative Care New South Wales will not disclose personal information except for the following circumstances:
- Permission is obtained in writing on the appropriate form.
- Palliative Care New South Wales has a belief in good faith that such action is reasonably necessary to:
(a) conform to legal requirements or comply with legal process,
(b) act to protect the interests of Palliative Care New South Wales service users or others.
At any time, callers may request to remain anonymous. In such circumstances, only minimal non-identifying information will be collected.
If you wish to complain about a beach of privacy, you can do so at anytime at the address below. Palliative Care New South Wales will respond to any such complaint as soon as possible, and in any event, it will be acknowledged within 14 days of receiving it. Palliative Care New South Wales will use all reasonable endeavours to investigate all complaints and take such action as necessary to resolve them.
When you browse www.palliativecarensw.org.au you browse anonymously. Personal information is not collected as you browse.
Thank you to Palliative Care Victoria and the Palliative Care Council of South Australia for some of the text used in this website.
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- NSW Rural Palliative Care Nurses Meeting Bathurst March 12 & 13 2015
- Palliative Care NSW endorses AMA’s call for improved access to out of hospital palliative care
- National Palliative Care Week
- 24 May 15
- NSW Network of Managers of Palliative Care Volunteer Services – Quarterly Meeting
- 28 May 15
- Palliative Care Volunteer Conference 2015
- 29 May 15