Privacy Policy

The privacy of your personal information is important to us, so please read this Privacy Statement carefully. And, if you know or suspect any violations of your privacy through your use of Praxhub, please contact us immediately.


By accessing and using Praxhub, you consent to the collection, use and disclosure of your information in accordance with this Privacy Policy. This Privacy Policy is also to be read in conjunction with the Terms of Use.

What information does Praxhub collect?

Personal Information

Praxhub collects personal information to facilitate the service, which includes delivering an online environment where healthcare professionals and industry stakeholders can freely connect, share and exchange information and collaborate (Service). Personal information may include: your name, telephone and mobile number, email address and professional details. It may also include any other information by which your identity can be ascertained.

Non-Personally Identifiable Information

Praxhub also collects non-personal information to facilitate the Service or improve the Service.

IP Addresses

An Internet Protocol (IP) Address is a small set of numbers automatically assigned to your computer when you log onto the Internet. Typically, we will not link the IP Addresses of members to their personal information. However, in rare instances we may need to link IP Addresses to personal information if it becomes necessary to enforce compliance with the Terms of Use.


Cookies are small text files placed on your hard-disk, which are used to improve a member’s experience on Praxhub, and to assist Praxhub understand and analyse use of Praxhub. For example, a cookie may be used to pre-populate a form, or save members from entering details more than once.

In most Internet browsers, you can either accept or decline cookies or adjust the browser settings to decline all cookies. Note that declining cookies may impact your experience of Praxhub or limit Praxhub’s functionality.

Use of Personal Information

The team at Praxhub will only use your personal information for the purpose in which it was collected. Purposes for collecting information include, but are not limited to: facilitating your registration as a user of Praxhub, enabling you to utilise Praxhub’s relevant features, posts, forums and any other forms of correspondence.


Praxhub will not disclose your personal information, except if required by law, to enforce our Terms of Use, or as set out in this Privacy Policy.

Praxhub will, from time to time, use third-party service providers to facilitate the Praxhub Service. We will not disclose any personal information to which you have not consented to their use or disclosure.

All third-party service providers selected by Praxhub have either received and agreed to comply with Praxhub’s Privacy Policy, or have their own privacy policies, which are as strict (or stricter) than the Praxhub Privacy Policy.

We may, occasionally, be required to disclose your personal information to service providers that are located outside of Australia. Praxhub has and will use all reasonable measures to ensure that its third-party services providers, in whichever jurisdiction, adhere to the terms of this Privacy Policy.


Praxhub utilises an industry-leading provider for the secure storage of information based in Australia. Your personal information is stored on a secure server behind an encrypted firewall.


At any time, you may contact us to access, change or correct any of the personal information that we hold by emailing and including in the subject line “To the Privacy Officer”.

Changes to Privacy Policy


In the collection of any personal information, Praxhub complies with local privacy laws and regulations. We may, from time to time, update our Privacy Policy to describe our management of personal information, in accordance with any changes to the Praxhub Service.


If you would like to: access, correct or change any personal information we have about you, or simply want more information, send us an email at: and include in the subject line “To the Privacy Officer”.

Last revised: June 2020