College e-groups are College-enabled forums for Fellows to mutually exchange ideas and seek information. The collective wisdom of our membership is a valuable resource for learning. Open discussion and healthy debate on topics is encouraged as debate creates learning, if done with intent to learn.
The forum is to be a safe place to express an opinion. Professionalism displayed in this forum is integral to the maintenance and enhancement of collegiality amongst Fellows of the College and reflects on the reputation of College.
The forum has proved to be a very useful learning tool and as such, participation attracts CPD points.
Following recent AMC accreditation, College has determined a set of guidelines regarding membership of the College ‘Dermo’ e-group.
Dermo Egroup Aims
The purpose of the Dermo e-group is to provide an accessible online forum to discuss the diagnosis and management of clinical matters as they pertain to patient care. This may include dermatological research related issues.
Journal Egroup Aims
The purpose of the Journal e-group is to provide an accessible online forum to discuss any interesting journal article in the AJD, BJD, JAAD, or Archives.
Expected behaviour by Members of the eGroup
General rules for posting on the eGroup
The e-Group is a College resource. College resources are not to be used for:
Please refrain from posting or responding to non-College sanctioned surveys where results may not be representative of the College fellowship as a whole. Information gained from surveys not distributed by College remains the property of the distributor and College is unable to vouch for the security of this content.
College bears the responsibility for the content of information of the e-group which is considered to be a public forum.
Any comments should be sent to the Honorary Secretary: email@example.com
After submitting you will receive an email from Yahoo inviting you into the egroup. Please check your junk mail.
You will need to accept the invitation in order to join the egroup.
To unsubscribe, please contact the College: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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