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Survey data protection details

We do not collect any names, email addresses, or IP addresses as part of this survey. We do ask for your role and organisation to get a sense of what organisations, and staff members, may be involved with monitoring and evaluation of wellbeing.

We will not use the information you provide to send you any correspondence about other Centre activities, or share with any third parties.

This information will be kept on a secure file for a year, after which time it will be deleted

You have a right to:
– access, view, and edit your own information in a timely manner. Y
– be forgotten, which means having your response being deleted from our survey results.

If you have any questions about our data collection, please contact us at info@whatworkswellbeing.org