This Information Statement also serves as an APP 5 Personal Information Collection Notice.
ResMed Pty Ltd, including but not limited to any related body corporate from time to time, (individually and together referred to as ResMed) is seeking volunteers to join our ResMed Trials Registry.
ResMed is seeking volunteers who:
- Have been diagnosed with Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA)
- Use Positive Airway Pressure (PAP) therapy; or
- Have been diagnosed with a respiratory condition (e.g Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease or COPD); or
- Are healthy volunteer interested in participating in clinical research (e.g clinical trials, usability evaluations, or online surveys).
Users of non-ResMed equipment are welcome and encouraged to register.
- What is the ResMed Trials Registry?
The ResMed Trials Registry is a database of volunteers who ResMed can contact from time to time to ask for their participation in ongoing sleep and respiratory research. Volunteers are given the opportunity to provide feedback aimed at improving product innovation and the patient experience, as well as to help make treatment options more effective.
- What does registration for the ResMed Trials Registry mean?
Registering on the ResMed Trials Registry is completely voluntary, free of charge and without obligation.
By registering for the ResMed Trials Registry you consent to be contacted by the ResMed Medical Affairs team via SMS, phone and/or email and invited to participate in research, including clinical trials, usability evaluations, focus groups, interviews and surveys.
All ResMed clinical research are conducted in accordance with the ethical principles and national regulations and guidelines.
Registration to the registry does not require you to participate in any trial, nor guarantee that you will be selected for an invitation to participate.
- What information will we collect about you?
We will collect your personal information and, in some cases, your health information from you directly whenever it is reasonable and practical to do so. There are several ways we may collect your personal and health information, including when you deal directly with us or participate in any research, clinical trial, usability evaluations, focus groups, interviews and surveys.
- The purpose for collecting your information
If you volunteer to register on the ResMed Trial Registry, we will collect your personal information and may collect your health information from or about you to provide us with feedback aimed at improving product innovation and the patient experience, as well as to help us make treatment options more effective.
- Who we disclose your information to
We may disclose your personal and health information to our third-party service provider such as third-party data processors who we engage to provide aspects of our service on our behalf. These service providers are contractually required to keep your information confidential and to use your information for the sole purpose of performing the services we have engaged them to provide.
- Overseas disclosures of your information
- Access to and correction of your information
You can request access to the personal information we hold about you in relation to the ResMed Trials Registry and seek correction of that information by contacting the Privacy Officer (see section 8 below).
You may also contact the ResMed Medical Affairs team to be removed from the ResMed Trials Registry at any time, without consequence and for any reason (see section 8 below). Electing to be removed from the ResMed Trials Registry will not affect your relationship with ResMed in any way.
- How to contact us
If you have any questions about the ResMed Trials Registry, you may freely contact the ResMed Medical Affairs team by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 02 8884 2620.
If you have any questions about our management of personal information or compliance with the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth), you may contact:
1 Elizabeth MacArthur Drive
Bella Vista, NSW 2153