Enabling Self-management
and Coping with Arthritic Pain
using Exercise

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What is a "Cookie"?

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Types of cookie & the information we collect

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Session Cookies are temporary cookies that are erased when you leave the website/app/online tool. They allow you to carry information across pages of the website/app/online tool without having to re-enter this information. Session cookies do not collect information from your computer.

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What use do we make of the information we collect?

We may use the information we collect from you so that we can tailor content and the presentation of the website/app/online tool to match your preferences. We may compile anonymous aggregated statistics using information provided by cookies to develop a clearer picture of which parts of this website/app/online tool are the most popular to its visitors.

The ESCAPE-pain programme uses cookies to assist with Google Analytics, in order to improve the user experience of our website. We also use cookies to enable our Twitter feed. 

Disabling/Enabling Cookies

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Cookie Expiration

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If you have any queries please contact us on hello@escape-pain.org


Webpage last reviewed: 26 July 2019