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The Community section is a networking platform for registered members working in the field of medical aesthetics including HCPs, media and suppliers. It is the ideal place to connect with your peers from around the world and to share knowledge, experiences and ideas within a secure environment, with the purpose of enhancing the profession. You should not assume that any views or practices shared are appropriate for use in your region and you should always follow your local healthcare guidelines and processes.
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The Community is a site for use only by those within the medical aesthetics industry.
You must not disclose your password and user log-in details to anyone else, nor transmit information from the Community to anyone who does not have access themselves.
What format can I use to post images?
PNG, JPG and BMP formats are supported for images.
Can I use the Community to report an adverse event to a prescription medicine?
No, the Community should not be used as a substitute or short cut for applicable adverse events reporting. Any supplier of prescription medicines is required to notify regulatory authorities when they receive adverse event reports. Should you raise an adverse event in a specific patient or group of patients, they will need to report this if they become aware of it, even if it has been reported by you directly to the company or to regulatory authorities.
Can I store documents on the Community?
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Can I reproduce content from the Community?
The copying, reproduction and use of the Community imagery and/or any content from the site to a third party is not permitted, unless permission has been explicitly granted by the content owner.
Can I use the Community in other languages than English?
As the global business language across healthcare, English should be the preferred option.
Can I delete a post?
At this time, Community members do not have the facility to delete posts. However, the platform is moderated by members of the Easyfairs UK Limited team and any comments or posts which may be deemed inappropriate or libellous can be edited by the site administrator.
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