Respect the community
RxNet encourages interaction and discussion within the community to develop this innovative and important scientific field. If you disagree with another member of the network, feel free to say so, but please provide constructive criticism and remain respectful with your comments. Users who insult or harass other members will not be tolerated.
The best way to encourage others to read your content is to participate in the community. You can also read/watch and comment on or share other people’s posts, follow experts and follow channels related to your interests.
The purpose of the network is to drive engagement and the dissemination of knowledge, so no matter your discipline or degree, every voice matters: discussion and debate is what will help propel this revolutionary field further forward.
Please do not send unsolicited mass messages, post unauthorized commercial content, etc. Spamming detracts from the user experience, and we want our medicinal chemistry community to enjoy using the network.
Permission & sensitivity
Is that content yours? Please make sure that you have permission – if necessary – to use any content that you have not generated yourself. When using information from elsewhere please cite the source. Also, take care when discussing blinded trials in progress or case reports – we don’t want to risk compromising trial success or patient identity!
Violations of any of our guidelines may lead to the removal of your content and/or your RxNet account. If you wish to report a violation, please contact the Editor, Zoe Campbell.
This is your community! Each and every user of RxNet makes the site what it is, so don't be afraid to get involved.