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The WMDA is committed to user privacy. The WMDA services have been structured so that users have to identify themselves with a username and a password. Visitors to WMDA services are not allowed to submit sensitive personally identifiable information related to donors, patients, or other individuals who may not be members or users of WMDA services or its member registries. Completion of the online membership form requires the submission of personally identifiable information. WMDA will use the information for the purpose of membership administration (e.g., sending WMDA communications including the invoice for services requested). In case of the online learning platform, personal information related to participation and test scores are recorded so that the user can pass a course and/or obtain a diploma.

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Data Protection Officer
Schipholweg 57, 1st floor, unit 2
2316ZL Leiden, The Netherlands

Important message

Visitors to WMDA services are not allowed to submit sensitive personally identifiable information related to donors, patients, or other individuals who may not be members or users of WMDA services or its member registries.


Specific paragraph on reporting Serious Adverse Events and Reactions (SPEAR) to WMDA

Please note that SPEAR reports may containย privileged and confidential information. It is intended only for the use of the person(s) belonging to the reporting registry and/or their affiliated organisation(s).ย The data downloaded from the SPEAR online reporting tool remains confidential and should be treated as such. The dissemination, distribution or duplication of the data downloaded from the SPEAR online reporting tool outside of your own registry or organization is therefore prohibited.ย The WMDA shall not be liable for any indirect, incidental, consequential or punitive damages, whether incurred directly or indirectly, or any loss of data, use, goodwill, or other intangible losses resulting from any content obtained from the SPEAR online reporting tool or due to unauthorized access, use or alteration of downloaded content.


Whilst content may be accessed, downloaded and used, visitors are not allowed to publish any material from these websites for public consumption without permission.

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