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Cookie statement

We use cookies on the Knowledge Center for Palliative Care for Children websites. Is your mouth watering already? We are not talking about stroopwafels, butter cake or chocolate chip cookies. But functional, analytical and advertising cookies. It may sound a bit boring, but these cookies are very useful! On this page we explain exactly how it works.

In short: what is a cookie?

A cookie is a small piece of information that a website places on your computer, tablet or mobile phone when you visit the website. Information about your website visit is stored in a cookie.

Why do we place cookies?

Thanks to cookies, our website works just that little bit better. Cookies make the websites more personal and user-friendly. A cookie ensures that the website recognizes you on your next visit. For this, a file is placed on your phone or computer. This is useful, for example, if you do not want to log in again and again. With the help of cookies we can also analyse, optimize and secure the websites.

Three kinds of cookies

As mentioned in the introduction, we use three types of cookies: functional, analytical and advertising cookies. Below you can read how we use these different types of cookies.
1. Functional cookies
Functional cookies are necessary for the website to work properly. We do not ask permission for these cookies, because they are necessary for the proper functioning of our website. Our website automatically makes contact with the cookie that is on your device. For example, they ensure that you remain logged in. And have you made an application? Then you can easily submit a new application without having to enter all your details again.
2. Analytical Cookies
Analytical cookies help us measure visitor behavior on our website. This way we can see how often the website is visited, from which websites visitors come and which pages on a website are visited. Based on this information, we can optimize the website.
We use Google Analytics for our websites. Your privacy is not immediately completely gone. The Google Analytics code is anonymised, so that the statistics cannot be traced back to you as a specific person or to your specific location.
We use Google Optimize to perform A/B tests and similar tests on the website. We also collect this data anonymously. To prevent a user from ending up in multiple variants of a test, we store which variant has been seen.
Didn't you agree? Then we only use Google Analytics to see if our website is functioning properly. We use two versions of Google Analytics: Universal Analytics and Google Analytics 4. Google Optimize is only active without an agreement if pages are part of a test. We only place all other analytical cookies after approval.

Overview of cookies we place

We certainly do not provide information that we have obtained through the use of cookies to third parties. We do not use or have access to this information collected by third parties.

Secure connection

When you visit a website, the internet browser sends information to and from you as a user. We think it is important that personal data traffic between the Knowledge Center for Palliative Care websites and you as a user is not intercepted. That is why we use a secure (SSL) connection for our application forms. You can recognize a secure connection in your browser by an icon in the shape of a lock. Do you not see a lock icon in your browser when entering (sensitive) information? Then we advise you not to enter any further information. Please contact us directly to further process your application.

Disable or delete cookies

Of course it is possible to block cookies or not to give permission. This is best done via the cookie settings of your internet browser. The settings in your internet browser take precedence over your settings on our website. Choose the browser you use below and follow the explanation for refusing cookies.

Change cookie preferences

You can adjust your cookie preferences via the links below. Good to know: the opt-out is done in the code, you will not see this after clicking. Do you block all cookies? Please keep in mind that our website may not work as well.


Our use and processing of personal data based on the cookies placed is in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation and the Code of Conduct for the Processing of Personal Data by Financial Institutions. Our privacy statement also applies.

About this cookie statement

Knowledge Center for Palliative Care for Children can adjust the text of this cookie statement if there are developments or if something changes in the laws or regulations. This cookie statement was last changed on November 1, 2022. You will always find the latest version on our site.
Do you have questions, comments or complaints about the cookies on our website? Mail this to . Don't forget to include your name and other contact details. Our Data Protection Officer will contact you as soon as possible.