Privacy Policy

This protocol elucidates the procedure of data acquisition and dissemination. The details of what might be gathered about you upon utilization of our accessible services, how said data could be utilized, methods to exert control over its utilization, and the precautions implemented against unauthorized access or utilization thereof are expounded upon herein.

The services, delivered through an array of mediums and devices currently known or yet to be developed, encompass mobile applications, among others, including but not limited to news feeds, reference utilities and apps, sponsored initiatives, tailored content, ongoing medical education, communication utilities, and forums for discourse.

Henceforth, it behooves you to peruse our confidentiality protocol. We disclaim any accountability for external websites; our obligations pertain solely to our internal protocol.
Modifications to Confidentiality Protocol
Any significant alterations to the protocol will be promptly communicated to you. Minor amendments may or may not be communicated. However, in instances where alterations could substantially impact the manner in which personal information is handled, no such alterations will be implemented without affording you a choice.

The information furnished on is intended to supplement, not supplant, the rapport between a patient and their attending physician. Any individual above the age of 18 is eligible to access our information unless faced with a grave health concern.
Data Collection
This section delineates the assorted types of data we may collect about you and the accompanying procedures.

From Unregistered Visitors
To access all services, registration is requisite. However, certain restricted sections may be accessible sans disclosure of personal, identifiable information. Data acquired in this manner is not traceable to individuals and is not independently utilized for identification. We abstain from employing cookies. The segment of our Confidentiality Protocol entitled Cookies and Web Beacons below furnishes further elucidation.

From Registered Visitors
Upon registration, you will be solicited for identifying details such as name, email address, postal code, and other professional particulars. Preferences regarding newsletters and additional information desired may also be indicated. Should additional information be necessary for expanded access or utilization of personally identifiable information, we adhere rigorously to our confidentiality protocol, providing elucidation on its intended use and necessitating your consent.

From External Sources
We retain the prerogative to gather supplementary information concerning registered users from third-party sources to enhance our services. Such information is utilized for verification and updating of registration data, as well as confirmation of licensure status.
Other Data
Discussion Forums: Posting on a discussion forum renders your basic profile visible to all registered users, inclusive of name, specialty, and geographic details. The option to display supplementary information is afforded. Exercise caution to refrain from disclosing personal or third-party information on public forums should privacy be a concern. Information shared is considered public and may be utilized by us or third parties.

Utilities: Clinical utilities are accessible through our services, necessitating submission of data for operation. These are engineered to store provided information.
Additional Forms and Correspondence: Supplementary information may be requested for access to additional services or to address concerns.

Market Research: Registered users may be invited to participate in sponsored or unsponsored market research surveys via email, on-site prompts, or alternate channels. Participation entails response to survey queries, potentially followed by submission of further personally identifiable information. Refer to the section on Utilization and Disclosure of Your Data for details.
Content Utilization: Content published on our site is immutable and cannot be modified or deleted by users. Suggestions for change are welcomed via mail or comments appended to articles.