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    • Zoë Freedman
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      Welcome to the National Academy for Social Prescribing (NASP) Thriving Communities Network!

      This code of conduct is here to ensure the Network is valuable to you and serves as a platform where we can all grow better together. These guidelines are part of our Thriving Communities Network Terms of Use. Please make sure you’ve also read and agreed to the Thriving Communities Network Terms of Use for the terms that apply to your use.

      1. Be respectful.
      We all want to share positive experiences in the community, so please be polite and considerate in your interactions with other members. Respect the time and attention it takes to post well thought out questions and answers. All opinions are welcome, but personal insults and harassment have no place in the community and will be removed.

      2. Be relevant.
      The Network is designed to provide a place for Thriving Communities Network users to discuss, seek and receive help from other network members. Please keep your comments constructive and relevant to the topic board and thread. If you have a new question, start a new thread rather than interrupting a conversation. Please make sure to review section 2(b) of our Network Terms of Use for more information on acceptable use.

      3. Share the love.
      Help make the Thriving Communities Network a richer place by sharing your expertise. You may have just the right answer that somebody else is looking for, so delight them by adding your insight to the conversation.

      4. Be responsible.
      You are solely responsible for your interactions with other Network users. Please practise common sense and use good judgement when posting and/or interacting with others. Do not post anything that would violate any contractual agreements (copyright, trade secret or otherwise) or nondisclosure agreements to which you are a party.

      5. Protect everyone’s privacy.
      Don’t share anything about yourself, your business or that of any other Network member that you/they would not want to be publicly available. Do not post personal information that you receive in one-to-one communications and private messages without the other party’s consent.

      6. Keep in mind, this is user-generated content.
      You’ll find plenty of good advice, instruction and insight here but remember that you and your organisation’s situation, configuration and/or implementation may vary from that of another Network member. Apply the same good judgment here that you would apply to information anywhere on the Internet.

      7. Sharing resources
      You are encouraged to share resources on the Network. The National Academy for Social Prescribing is not responsible for any content or resources shared by individuals on the Network, so users should check these against the latest guidance before using them. Please make sure your content is ‘U’ rated and appropriate for all readers.
      Please make sure any files you upload have been scanned for viruses. It would be sensible to scan any files you download from the network before opening as well.
      You can upload files in the following formats:
      – Microsoft Word
      – Microsoft Powerpoint
      – .pdf
      – Images
      – Videos – however due to their large file size we recommend sharing links to videos on platforms such as YouTube or Vimeo instead
      There is a file size limit of 256MB.

      By engaging on and contributing to the Thriving Communities Network you agree to follow these rules as well as the full Thriving Communities Network Terms of Use.

      8. Flagging inappropriate content for review
      If you recognise any violation of these guidelines or our Network Terms of Use, please notify us within the Network by reporting the comment and let us know why you feel the content is inappropriate. If you have any questions about our guidelines, terms, or policies, let us know via the feedback form on the front page.
      All inappropriate content reports will be reviewed by a moderator and escalated to administrators where necessary. Users who post inappropriate content will be issued with a warning and then removed from the Network should their behaviour persist.

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