This website of the Stiftung Diakoniewerk Neumünster – Schweizerische Pflegerinnenschule and its various operations («SDN») is the subject matter of the following usage conditions, which are accepted as binding by the user by visiting this website or its subpages.
This website contains various forms of data and information, specifically including texts and publications, which are protected by trademark and/or copyright owned by SDN or third parties. The user may only access these contents for private use. The contents must not be altered in doing so, copyright and trademark notices must remain. Any use of these contents beyond private use, in particular for commercial purposes, is prohibited and requires the prior approval of SDN.
SDN works to maintain and update this website regularly, but provides no guarantee for the accuracy, currency, functionality or completeness of the website or of content found on the website. SDN is not liable for damages occurring to the user caused by technical errors, malicious computer programs, operational interruptions, disruptions of any kind, loss of internet connection, etc. SDN completely waives any liability for direct and indirect damages to the user or third parties resulting from the use of the website. The same limitations on liability apply for the employees, representatives and other assistants of SDN. The website is solely for the purpose of providing information regarding the services of SDN and contains no legally binding offers to the user. Any medical information contained on the website is non-binding and can in no way replace a personal consultation with a qualified person.
SDN reserves the right to modify these conditions of use at any time. Modifications come into effect as soon as they appear on the website. In the event of ineffective individual regulations, these conditions of use remain effective for the remaining regulations. The registered office of the Stiftung Diakoniewerk Neumünster – Schweizerische Pflegerinnenschule is the exclusive jurisdiction for all disputes arising from or in connection with these conditions of use. Both parties reserve the right to nominate other legal jurisdictions in the event of consumer disputes. Swiss law applies, to the exclusion of international private law.