Health Canada’s Approved Generic Medicines:

The Basis for Trust by Patients, Professionals, and Providers

Presented by: Jake Thiessen, PhD

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Bioequivalence in Practice respects the privacy of every individual visiting this website. Outlined below is the Bioequivalence in Practice Privacy Policy on how information is collected and used by this website.

Personally identifiable information
You may visit the site without giving us any personally identifiable information. Bioequivalence in Practice collects personally identifiable information (such as name, address, telephone/fax number and e-mail address) only when voluntarily provided by a visitor to our website. Bioequivalence in Practice does not sell, rent or otherwise make available or disclose any personally identifiable information submitted by visitors to our website to any third parties. Bioequivalence in Practice will only use this information for the purpose of facilitating the successful accreditation of users and for fulfilling requests. Only authorized Bioequivalence in Practice staff or our agents (who have agreed to keep information secure) have access to personally identifiable information.

Access to information
You may have access to your personally identifiable information at any time to revise, correct or delete it by contacting us. If at any time you do not wish for us to contact you or if you have any questions concerning our privacy practices, please feel free to contact us.

Collection of anonymous information
Bioequivalence in Practice collects anonymous information on this site, such as the pages that you visit and the searches that you undertake. This information is anonymous since it will in no event enable personal identification of the user of the site. This information is used for the purpose of the optimization of the website as part of Bioequivalence in Practice’s continual internal review process and to obtain statistics of your visits.

Log files
We use IP addresses to analyze trends, administer the site, track a user’s movements and gather broad demographic information for aggregate use. IP addresses are not linked to personally identifiable information.

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Présentateur : Christophe Augé, Pharmacien, M.Sc., Ph.D.

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