Physiopedia:Community Culture

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Introduction

This community culture has been developed to foster a professional community among Physiopedia users. It is our shared set of beliefs, expectations and values that influence content development and the ways in which individuals in our community interact with one another and collaborate to achieve common objectives.

As a member of the Physiopedia community you agree to:

Respect others.

As a Physiopedia Editor you are part of an international professional community. We respect others at all times particularly where there are language barriers, differing levels of education and cultural differences.

Understand the non-hierarchical structure.

In this dynamic engaged community everyone is equal irrespective of their age, experience and qualifications.

Be both a learner and a teacher.

We all have knowledge to share and there will always be situations where we can help each other regardless of our age, experience or geographical location. We all make contributions where we can.

Stay within your scope of practice.

It is unacceptable to operate outside of our professional scope of practice.

Respect copyright.

Copying other people's work is unacceptable. Where we refer to other people work is made we always appropriately reference that person's work.

Not vandalise.

Inappropriate editing of pages by removal of appropriate content or addition of inappropriate content is unacceptable. As an interested member of this community you will report vandalism immediately.

Not Advertise.

Advertising does not have a place on this website. We might however add links to our work, such as publications, websites, presentations and courses on our own profile page.