Note: If community members should come across a post or a file that violates any of the following rules, they are kindly asked to use the Report This feature on their control panel.
The first and most is the membership to the community, is open only to the students of Co-Operative Medical College, Cochin. You need to have a valid CMC ID for registration, which can be obtained by contacting M4Medicine Project Management Team or by getting invitation from a member of the community. If a member invite some body other than a CMC Student he will be banned or deleted from the Community.
You are responsible for any content you post and any file you upload. Where it relates to an existing discussion topic or article, ensure that it is relevant and will prove useful to other members taking part.
Keep the content of discussions on the topic of Knowledge Management and related issues.
You are also responsible for copyright infringement in your messages. Please do not post copyrighted material in your messages unless you yourself hold the copyright or have received permission from the author.
Please be polite and respectful towards other members of the community, and remember that others may not always share your point of view. Disruptive, offensive or abusive behavior will not be tolerated. This is a sensitive area and the Project Management Team reserve the right to take action if requested by a community member: remember: your debating style may seem 'excitable' to you but intimidating to others. Any such postings will be removed.
Please do not use M4Medicine community for self-promotion. This can take the form of advertisements for your professional services, products etc. or repeated promotion of other websites/blogs/networks etc. We welcome collaboration with other networks but not a series of links to them without direct relevance to the discussion (e.g. repeated linking from comments). If you have a reasonable cause for promotion or would like to be sponsored in some form, please contact us.
Please consider other users at all times when using the interactive spaces on M4Medicine community. Behavior that deters other members from engaging with the community is considered offensive. Allow other members to contribute and do not dominate any discussions. This is identified by repeatedly answering your own articles or comments, or being recognized as always the last person to comment. If members make complaints about members showing this behavior, they will be taken seriously.
Please remember that many members are not native English speakers; keep you language simple and clear for this sake.
M4Medicine discussion areas are not designated for the promotion of commercial activities. If you have an event you would like to promote, please add it to the Events Directory or e-mail us. If you are a commercial KM organization interested in developing a partnership with M4Medicine community, please e-mail us.
Please do not use additional html code within postings or attach images, as this could alter or interfere with the way the site is designed to function. You are only allowed to use the options that exists in the editing area, and we think it’s quite enough. Contributions containing code which causes disruption to the site in this way will edited or removed.
Repeated use of M4Medicine community to make defamatory or commercial postings, offensive behavior towards other users, or any illegal activities) may result in a user being banned from future participation in the community and their ISP informed.
In the unfortunate event of any member abusing the community in any of the ways above, the M4Medicine Project Management Team reserve the right to remove or edit postings or files. The author (of the article to which the comments are made) and commenter will be notified by the editor or community steward. If members continue to behave in an unsuitable manner, they are liable to being barred from the community for two weeks. When they come back after this banning, if they continue to behave in this way, they will banned from M4Medicine.