The protection of personal information collected from our members and stored in their files is of the utmost importance to the CPMDQ. We deem this to be confidential and proprietary. 

All information or knowledge acquired or obtained from our members, such as their addresses, telephone numbers, education or registration records, or any other information in their files, regardless of the form in which it is presented (verbal, written, electronic or any other form), constitutes confidential information.  Information collected concerning our members may not be used, disclosed, authorized or shared outside the Confederation, unless it is required by law. 

The solemn oath contained in article 7.01 of the CPMDQ Code of Ethics protects the confidential nature of the information gathered by members during their professional pursuits. As stipulated in article 7.01 of the Code of Ethics, CPMDQ members are prohibited from using, communicating, authorizing, or contributing to the communication of confidential information they acquire during their activities as practitioners of complementary medicine to any third party.

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