Use of this Website

This website is owned by the Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP) Association (‘The PSP Association’) and your use of this website constitutes acceptance of these terms and conditions which take effect on the date of your first use of this website. The PSP Association reserves the right to modify the terms and conditions at any time by updating the text of this page. Your continued use of this website constitutes continuing acceptance of the amended terms and conditions.

Access to this Website

You agree to use this site only for lawful purposes and in a manner, which does not infringe the rights or restrict, or inhibit the use and enjoyment of the site by any third party.

The PSP Association reserves the right to refuse access to the website if it considers that a user ID is being used inappropriately and other than in accordance with these terms.

Accuracy of Information and Disclaimer

The information published on this website is provided for the convenience of its visitors and you are advised that, although care has been taken to ensure technical and factual accuracy, some errors may occur. No guarantee is given of the accuracy or completeness of information on these pages.

The PSP Association aims to ensure that the information published on this website or provided by our consultants or employees is accurate and consistent with current knowledge and medical practice. However, medical knowledge and practice is constantly evolving and individual cases may require specific advice that requires a professional consultation.

Accordingly, this website is provided for information only. It is not intended to replace a consultation with an appropriately qualified health professional. The PSP Association cannot guarantee that information provided by us through this website or by email or other correspondence will meet the health or medical requirements of any person. If you are concerned about your health or that of a third party, please contact a health professional.

You acknowledge and agree that The PSP Association will not be responsible for any claims, losses or damages (whether direct or indirect) arising out of or relating to the use of or reliance on the contents of this website or any correspondence generated from it except to the extent that such liability cannot be excluded by law.

Please be aware that The PSP Association may alter the information on its website from time to time, including these terms and conditions, copyright notice and privacy policy. It is your responsibility to check these terms and conditions and to remain in compliance with them.

Limitation of Liability

The PSP Association shall have no liability arising from the use by any party of or reliance on the information on this website and so far as permitted by law excludes all liability for damages howsoever caused including without limitation any damage which is or represents loss of goodwill, revenue or profit or failure to achieve any benefit expected from use of this website, loss of use of any asset, loss of data recorded on any computer or other machine, liability of any user of this website to any third party, any loss which is otherwise indirect, commercial, economic, special or consequential arising out of or in connection with the use by any party of any information provided on these pages.

Viruses

The PSP Association uses reasonable endeavours to prevent contamination by known viruses and to maintain the security of the website but The PSP Association does not warrant the information on this website in any way and in particular no warranty is given that the website or its contents or hypertext links are accurate, complete, virus free or uncontaminated, nor can we guarantee that the website may not be affected by deliberate damage by hackers, failure of plant, machinery, equipment or computers, power failure, failure of telecommunications lines or any criminal action. All liability for such damage is hereby expressly excluded. You are advised to make your own virus checks and to implement your own precautions in this respect. The PSP Association excludes all liability for contamination or damage caused by any virus or electronic transmission.

Hyperlinks

The incorporation of any links to other sites is for your convenience and reference only and does not imply that we approve or endorse the contents of that site or the material available from it and The PSP Association does not control and is not responsible for the content of any such sites in terms of their accuracy, suitability, legality or otherwise.

Operation of Website

Although reasonable endeavours are used to maintain this website, The PSP Association will not be liable for any losses caused by failure or stoppage of the website for any reason, including without limitation virus contamination, or deliberate damage by hackers, failure of hardware, software or systems, power failure, failure of telecommunications lines or any criminal action.

Law and Jurisdiction

Your use of this website is governed by the laws of England. You hereby consent to the exclusive jurisdiction of the English courts in all disputes arising out of or relating to the use of this website.

Copyright and Reproduction

The contents of these pages are © The PSP Association 2012 or are the copyright of The PSP Association’s licensors.

Documents on this site may be copied for personal, study or in-house use only on the condition that:

copyright and source indications are also copied, no modifications are made and the document is copied entirely.
if it is for provision to a third party (including other people within your organisation), such reproduction is not for commercial purposes and the third party is made aware that these conditions apply to it and its use of the material.
Questions and Feedback

For all information and queries relating to this website, including any comments you may have regarding this site, please contact The PSP Association, PSP House, 167 Watling Street West, Towcester, Northamptonshire NN12 6BX.

Tel: 01327 322410

Email: info@pspassocation.org.uk

Last updated: January 2017