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If the legal representative is also a co-sponsor, this must be noted separately on the application form and the allocation of sponsorship responsibilities must be specified in detail. Insurance or liability coverage must be demonstrated. If one or more sponsors of a CTIMP are not located in the European Economic Area (EEA), it is required by law to appoint a legal representative based in the EEA for the purposes of the study. The contact details of the legal representative must be entered in the “Legal Representative” section of IRAS. (a) transmit any false, misleading, fraudulent, defamatory, offensive or illegal communications; Trusts are not trusts in the legal sense, but de facto corporations in the public sector. Each trust is governed by a board of directors composed of executive and non-executive directors and headed by a non-executive director. In 2015, there were around 2,200 non-leaders in 470 NHS organisations in England.  Non-Executive Directors are recruited through open advertisements. All trusts (foundation trusts and those that have not yet been granted foundation trust status) are regulated by NHS Improvement. Members of the Executive Board will be subject to an aptitude test from November 2014. If you do not agree to be legally bound by these Terms and Conditions, please do not access and/or use this website. We recommend that you print a copy of these terms and conditions for future reference.
Some interactive services require you to provide personal information and/or verify your identity. All information you provide must be true, accurate and complete. It is your responsibility to inform us if anything changes in your personal data. Your data submitted in connection with your use of the interactive services cannot be displayed in the public area of the NHS website. Interactive services may have their own privacy policies, which will be marked on the relevant pages of the NHS website and which you should read. An NHS Trust is a legal entity set up by order of the Secretary of State under section 25 and Schedule 4 of the National Health Service Act 2006 to provide goods and services for the purpose of health services. The law requires that any clinical trial of an investigational drug (CTIMP) be sponsored. 10.1 We do not object to you establishing direct links to the pages of this website, provided that you do so in a fair and lawful manner and do not damage our reputation or take advantage of it. We reserve the right to move or change the URLs of this website at any time. Instead of deep linking, we recommend linking to the home pages of sections that are less likely to move or change.
You must not, directly or indirectly, suggest endorsement or approval by the NHS of your website or service or any non-NHS organisation, product or content, or of the opinions expressed on your website or service. In all cases, the application must demonstrate that the legal representative is willing to assume the role of legal representative and is established at an address in the EEA. For example, a copy of correspondence between the proponent and the legal representative could be provided on appropriate stationery or a copy of a contract. If any of these Terms are held to be illegal, invalid or otherwise unenforceable, the remaining Terms will remain in full force and effect. 1.1 Please read these terms and conditions carefully before you start using this website (transform.england.nhs.uk and all sections and pages). This website is hosted by NHS England and all references to NHSX mean NHS England as host. Please note that the NHSX brand has been discontinued from Monday 7 February 2022 and its duties and responsibilities are now part of the NHS Transformation Directorate, which brings together staff from NHS England and the Department of Health and Social Care. We are working to migrate content from this site to a new location, but it will be retained for a transitional period.
You may access and use this website if you agree to be legally bound by these terms. 1.5 If you have any questions about your use of this website, please contact us at [email protected] It will have a Director General (probably employed by DHSC), but it will not employ staff. Instead, staff from NHS England, NHS Improvement and DHSC will continue to be employed by their respective organisations as they work together as NHSX. NHS Digital will now report to NHSX, but legally it will continue to be accountable to DHSC and Parliament. You must not use the content of the NHS website for or in connection with i) for any purpose; or (ii) a website or service; is illegal, derogatory or otherwise objectionable or brings the NHS into disrepute. If you process the personal data of your customers or users in connection with your use of NHS Website content, you must do so in accordance with all applicable data protection laws and relevant regulatory guidelines, including the General Data Protection Regulation and the Data Protection Act 2018. The UK policy framework, which has replaced the research governance frameworks, does not require UK legal representatives of the lead sponsor (or co-sponsor) for studies other than CTIMPs. 8.2 Any material you upload to this website will be considered non-confidential and non-proprietary, and NHSX has the right to use, copy, distribute and disclose such material to any third party for any purpose. In addition, NHSX also has the right to disclose your identity to any third party who claims that any material posted or uploaded by you to this website constitutes an infringement of their intellectual property rights or right to privacy. You are legally responsible for the content of any material you submit for publication on NHS.UK.
NHSX is not a new body at arm`s length, although it is probably behaving as such. It is not and will not become a legal entity. NHSX is an agreement between two (or three if you count NHSI) organisations to bundle their digital responsibilities, with the terms not yet fully articulated. 12.5 The material on this website is for informational and educational purposes only and we do not guarantee that the information we provide will meet your medical or health requirements. NHSX does not provide medical advice in relation to an individual case or patient, nor does it provide medical or diagnostic services. The NHS website is provided to the Department of Health and Social Care by: As a data steward for the health and care system, data services have primary responsibility for improving data quality, linking data across the system, and providing reliable statistics and information. A portfolio of programs and services that are transforming secondary care providers through enhanced digital maturity. In accordance with Directive 93/42/EEC on medical devices and Directive 90/385/EEC on active implantable medical devices, a manufacturer who places devices on the market under his own name and who does not have a registered establishment in the European Economic Area, Switzerland or Turkey must appoint an authorised representative with registered office in the EEA.
Switzerland or Turkey to act on their behalf. The information concerning the authorised representative shall be communicated to the competent authority and affixed to the label of the product. (b) any other event not reasonably within our control. We have taken many steps to protect your data. But it`s important that you also do your part – visit the government`s Get Safe online website for tips on how to do this. The Department of Health and Social Care owns or has the right to use all intellectual property rights in the content of the NHS website or for the provision of the NHS website (“NHS Website Content”). This includes copyrights, patents, database rights, trademarks and other intellectual property rights. A 2020 study by the University of Exeter found that in 70 of the 213 trusts, all board members were white. Overall, the share of BMEs at Executive Board level was 8.9%. Medical directors of BME ethnicity accounted for 19.4%, about as much as the overall percentage of BME doctors.
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