All my writing is licensed under a Creative Commons “attribution-non-commercial-no derivatives” license.

This means you are welcome to share my work non-commercially, but I do request that:

  • you correctly attribute the work as mine (by linking back using my blog URL, or giving contact details such as my email or Twitter handle alongside the work)
  • you may not use my work for commercial purposes
  • you may not alter, transform, or build upon this work without my permission.
In simple language, this means
  • I really like to contribute to the body of knowledge available for health professionals, and am happy for the content of the blog to be used for your individual professional development (you don’t have to contact me for this, though you are very welcome to!)
  • If you are considering using any of my blog content to support group training or professional development, please do email or Tweet me to let me know. I’m happy for you to use the blog for educational purposes within the healthcare public sector, but it is courteous to let me know. I would also like to make public on the blog the groups and organisations that have used the training materials provided, so your assistance with this is appreciated.
  • I enjoy collaborating, and commenting on blogs as well as writing my own. If you want to comment on my blog within your own work or blog, please do so, but please do attribute the work according to the policy above. Please do share the terms of the Creative Commons license if you plan to share the work with others, through publication on or offline.

If you would like to employ me to deliver any training around themes in the blog, or to commission me to write a piece for you, I would be happy to consider this, do please email or Tweet me.

You can contact me by

email tech4health (at) gmail (dot) com

Tweet me @ClaireOT

or why not leave me a comment on the blog itself?

I look forward to hearing from you soon.

This video explains Creative Commons licenses well.

More information about Creative Commons licenses is available here.

2 comments on “Rights
  1. Claire says:

    Great blog By Steve Wheeler about CC and the Commons approach via @PamNelmes007 and @TimBuckteeth this morning please see http://steve-wheeler.blogspot.com/2012/02/commons-touch.html

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I'm an OT called Claire. I write about health, particularly mental health, and also about Social Media and Web 2.0 technology. I am particularly interested where these two fields overlap.
I believe that we all hold the potential for Recovery- let's grow together.

TWIM Blog Awards 2012
This Week In Mentalists Blog  Awards 2012

I'm chuffed to bits to have been shortlisted!

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