Futura Medical are committed to protecting your personal privacy and choices. This information notice sets out the basis on which we process your personal data.
This privacy notice tells you what to expect when Futura Medical collects personal information. It applies to information we collect about:
You will also find more information about:
When someone visits our website www.futuramedical.com we use third party service, Google Analytics, to collect internet log information, including IP addresses. We only collect that data in order to analyse how people use the site, for example, high level details of visitor behaviour patterns such as the number of visitors to the various parts of the site. This type of internet log information, which may include your personal data in the form of your IP address, is processed for our legitimate interests, and for the benefit of our users, of providing a user friendly website for visitor's e.g. performance and debugging purposes, as well as being used to spot hacking attempts and issues in the system in order to help us improve the site and associated functionality. Google Analytics Log information is retained for a maximum of 14 months.
Although we automatically collect IP addresses, Futura Medical will only receive other personal information via our website when it has been provided explicitly by a website visitor, for example, when signing up to our alert service, or sending the organisation an email.
We use a third party provider, Jones and Palmer, to manage and host our website. As a result Jones and Palmer may be a processor on Futura's behalf of the information described above, which is collected or added via our website.
When you email us; the message, including any attachments, and all personal data will generally only be used to answer your query but may also be monitored and used for the organisation's legitimate interests of security and monitoring compliance with the organisation's policy. We will only add you to our marketing database if you have asked us to do so, or you have subscribed to our alert service. Email monitoring or blocking software may also be used.
In any case email messages will only be stored for as long as may be justified and lawful in the circumstances, including as may be necessary for legal, tax or regulatory reasons or for legitimate and lawful business purposes and in line with our retention schedules.
Unfortunately, the transmission of information via the internet is not completely secure. Although we will do our best to protect your personal data, we cannot guarantee the security of your data transmitted to our email system; any email sent to Futura Medical is therefore sent at your own risk. Once we have received your information, we will use strict procedures and security features to prevent unauthorised access to it whilst it is stored in our systems.
We use a third party provider to facilitate surveys. Information submitted via a survey form is hosted by their servers and will be logged and anonymised by Futura Medical for statistical purposes. Information may also be immediately processed and sent to a relevant member of staff to review and/or action feedback.
Where surveys contain personal information they will be treated with the strictest confidence and will not be passed on to any third parties without the express consent of the original sender, unless we are under an obligation (for example a legal or regulatory obligation) to share the information. An example may be if you include information about an adverse reaction to one of our products in your survey responses and we are required by applicable regulations or codes of practice to pass that information on to the medicines regulator.
Where you provide personal information, it will only be used for the stated purposes of the survey and/or in providing a service you requested, for example when asking us for further information or giving feedback. We will not pass your details to any third party unless the law requires us to. Information relating to post market surveys / feedback will be retained for 25 years from receipt in accordance with requirements under the EU and/or UK clinical trials regulations.
Futura Medical offers services to the public including regular updates on news and information relevant to Futura Medical, its investors, products and related matters. We have to hold the details of anyone who opts to receive relevant information from us in order to provide that information. However, we only use these details to provide the service the person has requested. When people do subscribe to our services, they can cancel their subscription at any time and are given an easy way of doing this in each email we send. We use a third party provider, BrighterIR to manage our alert service subscriptions but we will not sell or pass on your details to any other third parties unless the law requires us to.
If you wish to unsubscribe and/or do not want us to use your data in this way you can unsubscribe by clicking the link included in each email we send or by emailing us directly.
When organisations or individuals collaborate with us we will only use the information they supply, which may include names and contact details, for the purpose of the collaboration, for example administration of meetings. As such the most likely lawful grounds for our processing such personal data may be performance or preparation to perform a contract with the data subject where our collaborators are acting in their individual capacity. Alternatively, the processing may be based on Futura Medical's legitimate interests. Typically these legitimate interests will include taking part in collaborations, researching the effects of new and existing products and achieving the commercial aims of the business as well as ensuring the continued relevance, efficacy and safety of our products. Where necessary in order to keep you properly informed we will provide more detailed fair processing notices at the time of collection of such data.
When companies provide goods or services we will only use the information they supply, which may include names and contact details for individuals, to maintain our working relationship and contractual arrangements. This may include monitoring of the service and levels of service provided to Futura Medical. In most cases, unless the supplier is an individual contracting with Futura Medical (in which case performance of a contract will apply), we will usually rely on our legitimate interests in processing personal data of our suppliers' employees. Such legitimate interests may include pursuit of the commercial aims and general conduct of our business.
When we receive a complaint from a person we create a file or a record containing the details of the complaint. This normally contains the identity of the complainant and any other individuals involved in the complaint, as well as the substance of the complaint and details of any specific incidents reported (which may include any special category data you have provided to us, such as information about your health or any injury you have sustained).
We will only use the personal information we collect to process the complaint and to check on the level of service and/or products we provide. We may need personal information for regulatory requirements, we may also be required to pass personal information onto the relevant regulatory body. We will make this information anonymous or pseudonymous before sharing with such third parties where it is appropriate and lawful to do so. We may compile and publish statistics showing information on the number of complaints we receive, but not in a form which identifies anyone.
We will endeavour to keep the complainant's identity strictly confidential where appropriate and legal to do so. If a complainant doesn't want information identifying him or her to be disclosed to staff involved in the complaint, we will try to respect that. However, it may not be possible to handle a complaint on an anonymous basis.
We will keep personal information contained in complaint files/records in line with our retention policy. Personal information for product complaints, including confidential health information, is retained for 15 years in accordance with regulatory, legal and insurance requirements and will be protected in accordance with our internal complaints procedures. Information relating to other types of complaints will be retained for two years from disclosure. It will be retained in a secure environment and access to it will be restricted according to the 'need to know' principle.
Similarly, where enquiries are submitted to us we will only use the information supplied to us to deal with the enquiry and any subsequent issues and to check on the level of service we provide. All product or clinical trial enquiries will be addressed within one month of receipt and all personal information shared will be not be retained after the enquiry is closed out unless we are required to retain it by applicable law, regulations or codes of practice.
Some enquiries may be forwarded onto Optimum Strategic Communications who look after our Investor and Public Relations for them to respond on our behalf.
Futura Medical tries to meet the highest standards when collecting and using personal information. For this reason, we take any such complaints very seriously. We encourage people to bring it to our attention if they think that our collection or use of information is unfair, misleading or inappropriate. We would also welcome any suggestions for improving our procedures.
This privacy notice was drafted with brevity and clarity in mind. It does not provide exhaustive detail of all aspects of the Futura Medical's collection and use of personal information. However, we are happy to provide any additional information or explanation needed. Any requests for this or any specific questions or objections in relation to the use of your information in the ways which have been described should be sent to Futura Medical at the address detailed in the 'How to contact us' section below.
We would also encourage you to contact us if you are unhappy with any aspect of the way in which we deal with a request for information we hold about you. In the first instance we hope you will contact Futura Medical (our details are given in the section: 'How to contact us'). You can contact or complain to The Information Commissioner at any time, current details can be found at https://ico.org.uk/make-a-complaint/ or use the details below:
The Information Commissioner's Office
Cheshire, SK9 5AF
Telephone: 0303 123 1113
If you disagree with the Information Commissioner's decision and feel we have failed to disclose information without good reason you may apply to a Court for disclosure.
Futura Medical tries to be as open as it can be in terms of giving people access to their personal information.
You have the right to access personal data held about you. Your right of access can be exercised at any time by contacting Futura Medical at the address detailed in the 'How to contact us' section below.
If we do hold personal data about you we will:
In certain circumstances you may also have the right to ask us not to process your personal data. You can exercise your right to prevent such processing at any time by contacting us at the address detailed in the 'How to contact us' section below. We will let you know how we are going to deal with your request to stop processing, and if we are refusing that request we will provide you with information of our grounds for refusal.
To make a request to Futura Medical for any personal information we may hold you need to put the request in writing and provide adequate information to verify your identity and enable your records to be located (for example full name, address, date of birth, etc.).
If you have any difficulty in completing a request for information we hold about you, please contact us for assistance.
If we do hold information about you, you can ask us to correct any mistakes. If your contact details or other personal data changes, or if you become aware of information about you that is out of date, please notify us as soon as possible so we can keep our records up to date.
All reasonable efforts will be made to verify your identity before carrying out any disclosures of information or other rights requests you have made. These efforts may include the request for additional personal information if necessary.
The following is a list of the other rights you enjoy under the data protection legislation. If you wish to exercise your rights in respect of the personal data Futura Medical holds about you, please contact the Privacy Manager at Futura Medical , at email@example.com. Please note that under the legislation we may not always have to comply with your request to exercise your rights, whether we are required to comply with a particular right or not will depend on the basis for our processing. If we do refuse a request to exercise your rights under the data protection legislation we will always provide you with reasons justifying that decision.
You can find out more about your rights as a data subject by visiting The Information Commissioner's Website at https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/
Only authorised individuals working for or on-behalf of Futura Medical have access to information unless otherwise specified in this or other privacy notices we have published on this website and/or provided to you by other means. We will not disclose personal data to any other third parties without your permission unless:
Please contact us if you would like further information on:
This privacy notice does not cover the links within this site linking to other websites. How other organisations or websites capture, store and use personal information or site visitor information is outside our control. We encourage you to read the privacy statements on the other websites you visit.
We keep our privacy notice under regular review. This privacy notice was last updated in October 2019. This statement is subject to change at any time. Whenever a change occurs, an announcement will be made in the news section of www.futuramedical.com.
The Data Controller, responsible for keeping your information secure in relation to the above services is:
Futura Medical Ltd
Surrey Technology Centre
40 Occam Road
Surrey, GU2 7YG
Telephone: +44 (0) 1483 685670
Futura Medical has nominated a Board level representative for Data Protection and a person responsible to lead on Data Protection matters: this is Futura Medical's Office Manager, who can be contacted using the details above.
The ICO's privacy notice has been used and adapted under open governance license to draft this notice in an attempt to follow their lead as the regulator for Data Protection in the UK.
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Futura Medical are committed to protecting your personal privacy and choices. This information notice sets out the basis on which we process your personal data collected for clinical trials and research.
We are Futura Medical Developments Limited company number 03456088 of registered address Surrey Technology Centre, 40 Occam Road, Surrey Research Park, Guildford, Surrey, GU2 7YG - this policy is written on behalf of us and our parent company (referred to in this policy as us, our, we and Futura).
If you need to contact us, our details appear below How to contact us.
The purpose of this policy is to help you understand what types of personal data we collect about you and why we process it. It gives you information about our lawful grounds for processing your personal data, your rights in relation to your personal data and how to make a complaint. It also tells you about when we might share your personal data with others, the steps we take to keep your personal data private, safe and secure and how long we have to keep your information on file.
This policy only relates to personal data collected for clinical trials, related research and Futura's regulatory compliance, and it is one of a number of information documents you will receive, and need to read in detail, to help you understand your role and rights as a clinical trial participant. If you are an employee, potential employee, a customer or a website user of Futura, please refer to our other privacy policies here:
If you have any questions about this policy once you have read it or need more information about Futura and how we handle your personal data, please contact our Privacy Manager How to contact us.
The law governing personal data changed across the European Union, including the UK, in May 2018; when the General Data Protection Regulation ("GDPR") and the Data Protection Act 2018 came into force. The new law increases the rights of personal data subjects (see the section entitled Your rights for more information). It also increases the responsibilities of companies collecting and handling personal data.
Personal data is any information which identifies an individual living person. It is data from which a person can be identified directly; but also includes data where the person can only be identified indirectly from that information in combination with other information. Personal data may also be special category personal data, including information about a person's health, sexual health or sexual orientation. Special category data is considered to be more sensitive than other types of personal data and we can only process and collect it in more limited circumstances.
On the basis of Good Clinical Practice (GCP) Futura Medical will collect CV's of Investigators, sub investigators and other applicable site personnel.
On the basis of legitimate interest for assessing candidates' proficiency, Futura Medical will also collect the CV's for third party trial team members and committee members.
As a clinical trial participant you will be providing a lot of personal data, including special category data, to the healthcare professionals you encounter at the Clinical Trial Site (typically the hospital or clinic where you attend appointments related to the clinical trial and Futura's product(s)). You will need to provide the Clinical Trial Site with information including your name, address, date of birth, height, weight and gender. Other types of information which may be gathered about you by the Clinical Trial Site might include access to your medical records, information about any ongoing health conditions, information about your sexual partners and their health, other information on your sex life and factors which may affect it. Some or all of that personal data about you may be shared with us by the Clinical Trial Site, or you may even provide such information to us directly yourself.
In the course of your participation in the trial, additional personal data about you may be generated or collected (including information you report to the Clinical Trial Site, as well as their opinions about you and how you have responded to our medicine(s)). All of the personal data relevant to you as a trial participant may be generated, collected and shared by your healthcare professionals, the Clinical Trial Site, the Clinical Contract Research Organisation (CRO) which oversees the study or by us, Futura (we are known as the Sponsor of the Clinical Trial, being the company responsible for the medicine being tested). Typically in any clinical trial, and to comply with the rules and regulations governing such studies, personal data about the participants (you) will be shared between the healthcare professionals/Clinical Trial Sites (as controllers of your personal data, making decisions about how your personal data is collected and shared), the appointed CRO (usually as processors of your personal data acting under instructions from the Sponsor about what to do with your personal data) and the Sponsor (us/Futura, also as a controller of your personal data as we decide how and why to use your personal data, within the parameters set by the applicable laws and regulations).
The reason we collect and process your personal data is for the proper conduct of our clinical trials, to monitor the efficacy and safety of our medicines, to conduct other research into our medicines and treatment methods and to support our applications for regulatory approval of our medicines. It is also to satisfy our obligations to monitor and report adverse events and the long term effects of medicines.
The lawful grounds on which we rely in order to collect and process your personal data are that it is necessary to comply with our legal and regulatory obligations (see section entitled Your rights for more detail on some of the legislation we are subject to and rely on to justify our processing). In summary, it is the framework of legislation, regulations and codes of practice, which apply in your country/the country in which you participate in our clinical trial and which govern the conduct of clinical trials, the approval of medicines and the monitoring of medicines safety and efficacy.
Much of the processing we carry out on your personal data is also necessary for achieving our legitimate interests, and we have made appropriate assessments that such processing does not have an adverse effect on your interests or fundamental freedoms and rights as a data subject. Some of the legitimate interests on which we rely in processing your personal data from clinical trials include pursuit of clinical research, development of safe, effective and commercially viable products, opening up and pursuing appropriate lines of communication with medicines regulators, medical researchers, healthcare professionals and our contractors, prevention of fraud and criminal activity, achieving compliance with our approved clinical trial protocols and maintaining secure and effective IT systems and networks (e.g., by storing your personal data in secure cloud environments with adequate back-up and disaster recovery provision to ensure the security and integrity of your personal data).
Your participation in our clinical trial may also be considered as a contract for us to provide you with goods and services. Where this analysis applies, we will have an additional lawful ground to justify our processing of your personal data, being performance of, or preparation to perform, a contract.
As explained above, the clinical trial will result in the collection, generation and processing of a lot of special category data about participants. Where we process special category data about you, in addition to the lawful grounds set out above, we will also be relying on Schedule 1 Part 1 of the Data Protection Act 2018 and GDPR Article 9(i) and (j) for our special conditions for doing so. The specific special conditions we rely on in this respect include that the processing is necessary for conduct of scientific research (Art 9(j)) and in the public interest for ensuring high standards of quality and safety of medicinal products (Art 9(i)). We have complied with the applicable member state laws governing such activities and carry out the processing in a proportionate way with appropriate safeguards in place, taking account of your rights as an individual (as described in more detail elsewhere in this policy - see sections on your rights, and how we protect your personal. We may also, in certain circumstances, rely on additional special conditions such as establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims (Art 9(f)) or for the purposes of preventive medicine, medical diagnosis, and provision of healthcare (Art 9(h)).
In certain limited circumstances we may alter the purpose for which we are processing your personal data from that for which it was collected. We will only do so if that is lawful under GDPR and justified for example on medical research or medicines safety grounds.
As explained in the section entitled "Types of personal data and how we obtain it" your personal data is shared between the healthcare professionals running the study on our behalf, the Clinical Trial Site, the CRO and us (Futura, the study Sponsor). Your personal data, [albeit in psuedonymised form,] may also form part of our medicines marketing authorisation application in different countries, it may be entered into the European and other Adverse Event Reporting databases. It may also be shared with the various healthcare providers, regulators, advisors and insurers we deal with in order to ensure our clinical trials, research and medicines are safe, appropriate and effective and to achieve the general commercial aims of our business (such as investment or sale of the business). Wherever possible, we will share only non-identifiable data with such third parties. But if your personal data is required to be included for legitimate and justifiable reasons, then it will be included in such disclosures of information in accordance with our obligations under the relevant legislation.
Another less direct form of sharing your personal data includes where we use third party service providers to help process your personal data. Wherever that happens, we will enter into written agreements with those service providers to ensure they process your personal data appropriately and in accordance with the data protection legislation and our instructions. Some examples of where others may be involved in processing your personal data on our behalf include our group companies, our IT systems and infrastructure providers, our CROs, and consultants and analysts involved in testing and summarising findings and results from our clinical trials. A list of our current third party contractors involved in processing personal data of clinical trial participants, along with information on what processing they carry out on our behalf is available in the Futura Data Protection Impact Assessment (DPAI) for each new clinical trial and is available on request
Your personal data may also be processed by national or international regulators, enforcement agencies, public authorities, police and courts, but we will only share your personal data with such bodies where it is appropriate and required under legislation, regulation or order of an authorised body.
The data protection legislation requires that we do not transfer your personal data outside the EU unless there are appropriate safeguards in place to protect your data and your rights. A data Protection Impact Assessment (DPIA) document will be generated for each clinical study which will detail the names of companies and brief information on the types of data a processing they carry out in relation to clinical trial participants data. All of the data is pseudonymised before being transferred. All of the companies involved are subject to the appropriate safeguards (either as a member of the EEA and subject to an adequacy decision, as a signatory to an appropriate privacy shield (EU-US or Swiss-EU), or by being bound by us to model clauses/standard contractual clauses approved by the European Commission for the purposes of international transfer of personal data.
We have in place a number of cybersecurity and other measures designed to protect your personal data and privacy. A key measure, discussed in more detail elsewhere in this policy, is pseudonymising your data. We generally only process and share your personal data when it is in pseudonymised form. Another measure we take is making sure we only collect and keep your data where it is proportionate to do so. We also minimise our records and we are careful about what information we share about you and how long we keep it. We keep our IT systems up to date, and only use service providers with a proven track record in the clinical trials field and who work to high recognised standards (for example ISO27001). There are very rigorous international standards governing clinical trials work, to ensure confidentiality and regulatory control of human medicines testing. As a result, much of what we and others involved in the clinical trial do accords with the requirements of the GDPR.
As explained elsewhere in this policy, we may have to keep your personal data and information about your involvement in our clinical trial on record for a long time. This is the case even if you withdraw from the trial or ask us to stop processing your personal data. Because of the legislation and regulations governing clinical trials, medicines safety and marketing authorisations, we are required to retain all of your personal data as a clinical trial participant for a period of 25 years after the study has finished pursuant to EMA Guideline on GCP compliance. This is so we can contact you in the unlikely event that a long term effect of the medicine is discovered. For other data it may be two years from the date the marketing authorisation was granted. In any event we will keep our retention periods and our records of your personal data under review to record retention proportionate and to the minimum necessary to achieve the purpose required.
A key change brought in by the new data protection legislation is that we will no longer be relying on your consent as the lawful basis for our personal data processing, although we will still need your consent for other things (e.g., your participation in our clinical trial, access to certain medical records and other confidentiality considerations). This means that once you agree to take part in one of our trials, your rights under the GDPR to object to our continued processing of your personal data or to ask us to delete your personal data will be limited. This is because the GDPR sits alongside, and has to be read in conjunction with other legislation, regulations and codes of practice governing what Futura and our collaborators do in relation to clinical trials, research and medicines approvals.
Typically, your data protection rights will be limited where continued retention of records and processing is required for good reasons (e.g., public safety or wider social benefit). Some examples include keeping medicines and research safe, promoting innovation in medicines, achieving good pharmacovigilance and adverse event reporting, maintaining public confidence in the safety and efficacy of clinical trials and approval of medicines and monitoring the long term effects of medicines (keeping you informed if there are any safety concerns).
This doesn't mean your personal data will be shared publicly, but it may mean that we have to keep your information on file for long periods of time (even if you ask us to delete it) or that we may have to share certain of your personal data with regulators, healthcare providers and insurers - but we will always act in accordance with our obligations under the legislation and have appropriate security and confidentiality measures in place to protect your privacy (as to which see the section entitled How we protect your personal data). Other sources of our obligations may include the EU Clinical Trial Directive (2001/20/EC) (and its national implementing or equivalent legislation in the countries in which we conduct trials), from 2019 the new EU Clinical Trial Regulation (No 536/2014) (and equivalent national implementing legislation), the UK Policy Framework for Health and Social Care Research, the EU Directives relating to pharmacovigilance (201/84/EU, 2012/26/EU and 2001/83/EC) and the EU Regulations on authorisation and supervision of medicines (1235/2010, 1027/2012 and 726/2004).
Under the data protection legislation, individuals have the following rights in relation to their personal data:
However, as mentioned above certain of your rights may be limited where we have overriding legal or regulatory obligations. Your rights to request deletion of your data or to restrict or object to processing may not apply. You can always request to exercise your rights, and we will provide you with information of the grounds for our refusal if we are not going to comply with a particular request you have made.
We will always try to reduce the amount of personal data we keep to the minimum necessary to achieve the required purpose, and we use measures such as pseudonymisation and the security measures discussed above to protect your privacy even where your personal rights to insist on restricted processing or deletion are limited.
You can find out more about your rights under the data protection legislation by visiting https://ico.org.uk/your-data-matters/ or contacting the Information Commissioner's Office to discuss your concerns https://ico.org.uk/make-a-complaint/.
We hope you will approach Futura in the first instance if you have any concerns or complaints about how we collect or use your personal data. Please contact the Privacy Manager at the contact points listed below How to contact us. You can complain direct to the Information Commissioner's Office at any time - please go to https://ico.org.uk/make-a-complaint/ where you will find details on how to complain and up to date contact details for the ICO. If you are based outside the UK you can contact your local Data Protection Authority.
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Slovakia, Hungary, Czech Republic, Poland and Georgia
We keep our privacy notice under regular review. This privacy notice was last updated in October 2019. This notice is not a contract and is subject to change at any time. Whenever a change occurs, an announcement will be made in the news section of www.futuramedical.com.
The Data Controller, responsible for keeping your information secure in relation to the above services is:
Futura Medical Ltd
Surrey Technology Centre
40 Occam Road
Surrey, GU2 7YG
Telephone: +44 (0) 1483 685670
Futura Medical has nominated a Board level representative for Data Protection and a person responsible to lead on Data Protection matters: this is Futura Medical's Privacy Manager, who can be contacted using the details above.