A set of training materials for professionals working in intervention epidemiology, public health microbiology and infection control and hospital hygiene.
How to behave as user of FEMWiki?
The ECDC Training section moderator team has developed policies of the FEMWiki in all aspects of the site. We explicitly formulated a list of our site policies and consequences for user who choose not to follow these policies. Every user is responsible for abiding by these policies. If you have any questions, please contact us on the administrator team account firstname.lastname@example.org.
To foster the best experience and use of the FEM Wiki ECDC (owner) and all FEM Wiki community respectfully requests that all visitors and contributors honour the following code of conduct:
Act in good faith
Promote the community spirit
What is inappropriate behaviour or content?
What will be the consequences of inappropriate behaviour?
Users who violate the policies detailed above risk having their accounts banned from the FEM Wiki site. The administrator/moderator team will do proceed in order to avoid necessity of banning community members. However, after repeatedly ignoring the policies stated above users will experience stepwise consequence levels described below. Users who have had disciplinary action taken against them will have a summary of their status on record.
At the first contact:
We send two e-mails. With a welcome message we request a reply. If we don't get the reply within two weeks we send a second e-mail with the reminder. After another two weeks without a reply we disable the user account. Within one month after that period we may discard the user.
In case of misbehaviours or offense:
1st and 2nd offense:
Warning. A moderator will contact you via the wiki messaging client (e-mail) notifying you of the offense and will suggest strategies for you to avoid breaking the wiki policies.
Temporary Ban. Users who break the wiki policies three times will have their accounts locked for 2 weeks.
Permanent Ban. Users who break the wiki policies four times will have their accounts permanently banned from the FEM Wiki. Under no circumstances will banned account be reactivated.
How to avoid breaking the policies?
When in doubt, ask a moderator/administrator on email@example.com BEFORE you do something that could go against any of the policies described. It is your responsibility to ask. The moderator team will work with you to clarify any of the policies that may be confusing. These policies exist for the benefit of the community. They encourage users to interact with other users in respectful ways while simultaneously encouraging users to help make the FEM Wiki attractive and useful for all.
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