Website Registration and Individual Users
When you register to use a Critical Care Project website, create an user ID, or contact us for support or questions, Critical Care Project will have access to information that identifies you. This may include your name, company name, or email address. For users invited to join as a member of individual subdomain sites, information regarding your eligibility is required.
When you visit a CCProject website, your browser may also tell us information such as the page that led you to our website and, if applicable, the search terms you typed into a search engine that led you to our website. CCProject does not directly collect information by way of cookies.
CCProject online advertising
CCProject does not currently accept revenue or payment by way advertisements. Any advertisements on the site are selected by the CCProject editorial staff and are not specific endorsements of the institutions they are affiliated. CME opportunities that are advertised on the CCProject website are independent of the CCProject site itself.
How does the CCProject use the data collected by Google Analytics?
CCProject uses the information we collect about you in a number of ways, such as:
- Providing you with the CCProject websites and educational content for which you have registered, as well as any services, support, or information you have requested
- Better understanding how our websites and content are being used so we can improve them and engage and retain users
- Diagnosing problems in our websites and educational content
- Tailoring a website or application to your likely interests
Does CCProject share my personal information?
CCProject is an individually run network that does not intentionally provide personal information to 3rd party organizations.
Is my personal information displayed anywhere on CCProject’s websites?
There are several places on CCProject’s websites that allow you to post comments, upload pictures, or submit content for others to see. Sometimes you might be able to limit who can see what you share, but there are some places where what you share can be seen by the general public or other members of the website or application. Please be careful when you share your personal information. Do not share anything you wouldn’t want publicly known unless you are sure you are posting it within a website or application that allows you to control who sees what you post. Please note that when you post messages on certain user forums on our websites and applications, your email address or name may be included and displayed with your message.
To remove content you have shared on our websites and applications, please use the same website or application feature you used to share the content. If another user invites you to participate in shared viewing, editing, or commenting of content, you may be able to delete your contributions, but usually the user that invited you has full control. If you have questions or concerns about this, please contact the subdomain’s site administrator.
Who can I contact with questions or concerns?
If you have a privacy question or complaint, please email us at email@example.com