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Members' Privacy Policy

Data Subjects

are people like you, who are our members.

What we do with your personal data?

We use your personal data to help us to keep you informed about membership news, benefits, conferences and other activities. We can do this because we have a legitimate interest in knowing who our members are and in being able to share with them details of our organisation and our activities (including any changes) and related activities. 
Additional optional information we only keep and use with your consent.

Your right to withdraw consent at any time

You can tell us that you no longer wish us to use your data in this way and, if you do, we must stop using it as soon as is reasonably practical

Your right to require the erasure of your data (right to be forgotten)

If you no longer wish us to have or use your data you can tell us to remove your data completely from our records and we must do so as soon as is reasonably practical

Who gets to see your personal data?

We only share your personal data with other people when it is necessary to do so in order for us to run our organisation efficiently and in the way that you would like.
We do not share your data with anyone else.

How long do we keep your personal data?

We only keep your personal data while you are our current or recent members. If you have not been a member for 2 years we will delete your data. We do not transfer your personal data to other countries

The existence of each of your rights

Under the General Data Protection Regulation you have the following rights:
    to be told about what data we have, how and what we use it for, and who we share it with (as we are doing in this Privacy Notice);
  • to be given access to your personal data;
  • to have any errors corrected or incomplete data completed;
  • to stop us using your data if you think our use is unjustified or the data are inaccurate.

Your legal obligation

You are under no legal obligation to give us your personal data if you do not wish to.

The existence of automated decision making, including profiling

The AMH does not use computers to analyse your data in order to make computer decisions about what communications the AMH should, or should not, send to you.

The right to complain to the UK Information Commissioner’s Office:

if you are dissatisfied with the way that the AMH is collecting, holding, processing and using your personal data you are entitled to complain to the Information Commission.

Identity and contact details of the controller.

The AMH’s Data Controller is the Board of Trustees of the Association for Medical Humanities
The Controller can be contacted via: The President, Association for Medical Humanities, 
 The Old Orchard, Furner’s Lane, Henfield, W Sussex, BN5 9HS