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Our Cookies Policy
We do not store cookies permanently on your computer.
When you visit the NTAM website, session ID cookies are created to make sure that the server serves the pages that you have requested (this happens on any website you visit). They are deleted when you close your browser or after 15 minutes.
Session cookies are also created on the NTAM website when you log in. These temporarily store your user name and the permissions that you have on the site. They are deleted automatically when you close your browser (or after 15 minutes inactivity) as part of the normal working of the browser and do not depend on us to delete them.
We create a cookie to pass information between pages when you are going through the booking process. It expires after 15 minutes or if you complete the booking. It does not store personal information.
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NTAM provides you with programmes and certain presentations from previous meetings. The contents held therein are the opinions of the authors and not necessarily the opinions of NTAM. No responsibility can be held for any loss encountered through the use of information held on this stie. NTAM is not responsible for the content of external websites access through it.
By registering with the NTAM site you will have priority booking for the next meeting and access to some extra material on the website. We will not share your details with anyone else and will only use those details in reference to NTAM.
Trainees take an active part in NTAM and a trainees prize is awarded to the best presentation.
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