Your personal data is processed on the basis of the agreement, consent or legal interest of Sveikuva.
We may process your personal data for the following purposes:
3.1. Our website and cookies
You do not need to disclose your identity in order to use our website www.sveikuva.lt. To ensure proper and convenient use of our website, we use the necessary cookies. These cookies do not collect information that would allow to identify the user of the website.
3.2. Response to requests and queries
If you send us a request or query by using contact details provided in our website, in order to provide you with a response, we will process your contact details (e.g. name, surname, email address, tel. number, title of position, etc.), as well as other information provided to us by yourself.
We consider the need to store digital requests and quires on a regular basis. In any case, regular requests and queries submitted to us are permanently removed at least every 3 (three) years.
3.3. Job applicants
If job applicants submit us with their CVs directly or via employment websites, we process personal data (name, surname, e-mail, qualification, professional skills and competences, as well as other information provided within the CV) for the purpose of selecting proper candidates for vacancies. We process this personal data of applicants on the basis of their consent.
Once a position has been selected, personal data of the non-selected applicants shall be retained for 3 (three) months or longer if we are of the opinion that we will be able to offer a position to the applicant in the nearest future and when consent of the applicant is granted.
3.4. Clients and partners (Freelance Consultants)
Sveikuva provides its clients with consulting services as described below. Notwithstanding the type of the services provided, we collect and process the following data about the representative of our client (legal person): name, surname, position, telephone number, e-mail address, and fax number. Personal data is collected for the purpose of concluding and executing the agreement on provision of services, as well as in order to ensure proper communication with the client.
Due to our business model, in some cases we provide services through our business partners (freelance consultants). We collect and process the following data about our business partners:
Personal data is collected for the purpose of concluding and executing an agreement.
- legal persons: name, surname, position of representative, telephone number, e-mail address, and fax number;
- natural persons: name, surname, personal code and/or date of birth, address, individual activity certificate number, tel. number, e-mail, and fax number.
Additionally, to ensure the provision of proper services to our clients, we collect our partners’ CVs and personal data on a file to ensure that individuals working on specific projects have the qualifications needed.
3.5. Provision of services
Sveikuva provides its clients (pharmacy companies) with consulting services related to obtaining and maintaining marketing authorisations for medical products, as well as services of pharmacovigilance, pharmacovigilance trainings, translations, and localisations.
- Registration of medical products and independent experts
If an independent expert opinion is required for the registration of a medical product, we collect expert’s CV and personal data on a file, and, if required, we additionally collect documents and data on files that confirm expert’s qualification, competence, and knowledge.
- Pharmacovigilance services
We conclude agreements with our clients to provide them with the services of pharmacovigilance which include processing of information related to patients and potential adverse reactions of medications.
Usually we process the following information about the patients: country, date of birth and/or age, gender, medical data (e.g. type and details of adverse reactions, generic name of the drug, daily doses, indications for use, therapy dates and duration, and etc.). Normally, we do not process the initials of the patients unless we identify adverse reactions to a medication when analysing medical literature and initials of the patients are provided in medical publications (copy of a respective medical publication is normally attached to the case of suspected adverse reaction).
We may process the following information of the third parties that report potential adverse reactions (e.g. health care specialists): name, surname, profession, address, tel. number and e-mail address.
We do not determine the purposes for collecting and processing information. We act as a data processor in respect of provision of this service. We process data on behalf of our clients and following the instructions of the clients that have legal duty to implement pharmacovigilance. This information is highly important in order to ensure public health, and our clients use this information to establish, assess, and understand negative reaction of medical products, as well as to ensure prevention of adverse reactions. We assist our clients in implementing their legal duties related to pharmacovigilance and informing the data subjects about processing of their personal data.
Personal data is not used for any other purposes.
- Pharmacovigilance trainings
We provide trainings on pharmacovigilance and for that purpose we conclude a list of participants. Additionally, after the training is completed, we verify the attendee’s knowledge by testing.
We collect the following personal data of the attendee: name, surname, company name, position, and telephone number.
Data is collected and processed for the purpose of implementing the service agreement.
- Testing for readability of package leaflet
When we provide the service of testing for readability of a package leaflet, we conduct special tests and for that purpose we process the following information about individuals participating in the tests: name, surname, gender, age, education (e.g. secondary school, junior college, higher education), general information about profession may be collected (e.g. director, accountant, seller, etc.), and voice record may be conducted. Personal data is collected under the consent of a tested person.
3.6. Events, seminars, consultations
For the registration to our events and seminars, we may ask you to provide your name, surname, e-mail address, tel. number, name of the company, or address of the company.
Usually we do not take photos of the attendees during our events. However, if we were to decide to take photos of the attendees, we shall notify you with specific signs before entering our event or seminar and we will process the images with your appearance only by having your consent.
We may also issue you with a certificate confirming your participation in the event, seminar or consultation. For this purpose we will process your name and surname.