CPR Pharma Services (CPR) is bound by the National Privacy Principles contained in the Commonwealth Privacy Act 1988 and we are committed to protecting the privacy principles of all individuals with whom we deal with.
CPR recognises the importance of personal privacy and acknowledges our responsibility to uphold the relevant principles of the Privacy Act.
Personal information collected
CPR staff may be required to collect sensitive information during the course of our work as a Clinical Research Organisation. This information may include:
- Information regarding health professionals that assist in the conduct of clinical trials.
- Information and business contact details of suppliers or potential suppliers of CPR.
- Information regarding current and prospective employees seeking to work in our company.
- Information regarding clinical trial participants.
Reasonable steps will be taken to ensure that the individual, from whom personal information is being collected, is aware of their rights and the purpose for the collection of their information.
CPR will only collect personal and sensitive information that is necessary for us to execute our normal business activities. Information will only be used for the purpose agreed by the person providing the information and will be deleted when no longer required.
Security of personal information
Information collected will be stored securely and access will be allowed to authorised personnel only.
The National Privacy Principles require CPR to use and disclose personal information, including sensitive information only for the primary purpose for which it is collected or for a directly related secondary purpose, unless it is agreed otherwise for specific reasons such as if the use or disclosure of this information is required by law, or to prevent a serious and imminent threat to a study participant’s life, health and safety.
You can obtain further information regarding your privacy and the protection thereof by contacting