CADDS User Agreement
My organisation agrees to engage in the collection of client profile and outcomes data via CADDS, the online database provided as a part of our QNADA membership
Last Updated: 17 May 2017
Summary of Responsibilities of QNADA
- QNADA will support implementation of CADDS through training and support in both the implementation and use of the data collection set and database within organisations.
- QNADA provides AODTS-NMDS data on behalf of its membership to Queensland Health and Commonwealth Department of Health as per the submission guidelines outlined in the relevant data dictionaries.
- QNADA complies with the National Privacy Act including the 10 National Privacy Principles (1988-2011) (1) and the Queensland Information Privacy Act (2009) (2) . These acts outline the responsibilities the organisation has with regards to collection, use and security of data.
- For reporting and research purposes, QNADA will only use aggregate data collected through CADDS for the purposes of providing client profile snapshot data, data for benchmarking projects and projects designed to promote the work of the non-government sector.
- Aggregated and de-identified data only, may be provided to third parties, such as research institutions, where the analysis of that data is deemed useful to the sector.
- Information collected through evaluation/feedback processes will be used to inform the continued and improved operation of CADDS and future QNADA projects.
Summary of Participating Organisation Responsibilities
- Organisations will be provided a user manual for CADDS and are expected to distribute the manual to all staff entering data.
- Organisations will participate in, and provide relevant information to QNADA for the purpose of reporting, monitoring, evaluation and research.
- QNADA members and organisations using CADDS will be required to comply with the National Privacy Act including the 10 National Privacy Principles (1988-2011) (1) Queensland Information Privacy Act (2009) (2) . These acts outline the responsibilities the organisation has with regards to collection, use and security of data.
- Organisations will be responsible for ensuring staff that use CADDS comply with the responsibilities outlined in this agreement.
- Privacy Act (1988) Commonwealth of Australia https://www.oaic.gov.au/privacy/the-privacy-act/
- Information Privacy Act (2009) Queensland Government https://www.qld.gov.au/law/your-rights/privacy-and-right-to-information/privacy-rights/