You may visit our website without identifying yourself or revealing any personally identifiable information. However, certain transactions that you choose to engage in on this site will require your submission of personal information, including, but not limited to, news feed requests, survey responses, brochure or video requests, listservs and mailing lists, applications and certain databases. As a general rule, EMPOWER will not sell, swap, rent, or otherwise disclose to any third party any such personal information for commercial purposes. Information will be utilized only for the general purpose stated. EMPOWER may disclose the information to its employees, consultants and agents (including, for purposes of the application process, alumni interviewers) who have a legitimate need to know the information. EMPOWER reserves the right to disclose this information under special circumstances, including disclosures required by law, court order or circumstances under which disclosure, in the sole discretion of EMPOWER, is necessary to protect the legal rights, including the intellectual property rights of EMPOWER.
Personal Information Collected and Use of Information
Admissions processes for EMPOWER degree programs and external education programs (including continuing medical education, distance offerings and other global professional programs) require applicants to provide personal information and preferences. The applicant also has the option of providing additional company information during this process. We encourage our applicants to fill in all of this information, so that applicable Admissions Committees can select the most qualified and diverse group from among the pool of candidates. Information provided as part of an admissions process will generally be utilized only for the purpose for which it has been requested.
We do not intentionally collect personally identifiable information about children age 13 or younger. If you suspect that we have personal, identifying information about your child, please notify us immediately so that we may remove this information from our database.
Usage Information Collected and Use of Information
EMPOWER may collect other information about its users that is not connected with any specific personal identity, such as data about usage and service operation. The following summarizes the types of information that we may collect.
System Information, IP Addresses and Referrers
When you connect to our website, our web server may record the numerical Internet Protocol (IP) address of the computer you are using, information about your browser and operating system, date and time of access and the internet address and page which linked you to our site. The School’s staff uses such information to help diagnose problems with our server, to administer and improve our website and to generate aggregate statistical reports that analyze general user information and demographics. Unless required by legal process, we do not link IP addresses to anything personally identifiable. This means that user sessions may be tracked by IP address, but a user’s identity remains anonymous.
In addition, we ordinarily do not disclose to third parties site usage by individual IP addresses, but may do so in very limited circumstances when complying with law or legal process, working with consultants assisting us in fixing or improving our site, or in monitoring and improving the security of our network. Our staff monitors search terms that users enter into our Search Engine, but this tracking is never associated with individual users.
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For your convenience, empower.care provides links to the sites of third parties or parts of their sites. However, EMPOWER has no control over the content or operation of these sites, nor does it control the confidentiality or privacy practices of the site operators. Consequently, any personal information you submit through such sites is governed by the privacy policies of the sites in question. It is therefore your responsibility to find out about their policies in order to protect information that concerns you. EMPOWER is not responsible for the privacy practices, security or content of such Web sites.
Users Located in the European Economic Area
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This site has security measures in place to protect the loss, misuse and alteration of the information under our control. Unfortunately, due to the nature of Internet communications, no data transmission over the Internet can be guaranteed to be completely secure. While EMPOWER remains committed to protecting the privacy of our users, we cannot ensure or warrant the security of any information you transmit to us, and you do so at your own risk. Once we receive your transmission, we make our best effort to ensure its security on our systems. We do so by using secure technology, privacy protection controls, and restrictions on employee access, however, we make no representations regarding the veracity of such measures.
Changes to This Statement
EMPOWER will occasionally update this Statement of Privacy to reflect company and customer feedback. EMPOWER encourages you to periodically review this Statement to be informed of how EMPOWER is protecting your information.
We welcome your questions or comments regarding this Statement of Privacy. If you believe that EMPOWER.CARE has not adhered to this Statement, please contact EMPOWER.CARE at:
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Who should take EMPOWER courses?
EMPOWER courses are designed for front-line providers who might include, depending on the setting, community health workers, nurses, midwives, peer support workers or social workers. These providers must be part of a health care system where more specialized mental health services are available for individuals who need referral. EMPOWER only offers training and support to providers registered through our implementing organizations, i.e. organizations who employ or manage front-line providers.
Do you provide any certification?
All learners will receive a certificate upon successful completion of a course and, where needed, a competency assessment. EMPOWER will collaborate with each implementer to develop criteria for credentialing to align with regulatory standards; for example, in a specific context, a provider would need to deliver the newly learned treatment to a specified number of patients with a minimum quality rating to achieve credentialing.
How can I train my health care workers or otherwise use EMPOWER training programs?
If you are interested in partnering with us to build your workforce to scale up our existing programs or explore new ones, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We would be happy to discuss a partnership with you. Please refer to how EMPOWER can engage and support an implementing organization.
How much time does it take to complete an EMPOWER course?
While each course is intended to be completed within a specified, relatively generous, time-frame, courses can be self-paced within this window of time.
How much does an EMPOWER course cost?
As mentioned earlier, we do directly offer courses to individuals; we work only in partnerships with organizations or health systems, so learners would have access to courses through their organization. The cost for organizations seeking to implement an EMPOWER program are broadly defined in our guidelines for implementing organizations, but the exact costs will be determined through mutual discussions to clarify the scope of the collaboration.