Our policies conform to the strict adherence to privacy of an individual and we do not sell, rent, or otherwise provide private information of our members to third parties for marketing or any other commercial other purposes. In order to prevent unauthorized access, disclosure or theft of any private information, we have put in place suitable physical, electronic and admin procedures to safeguard and secure the information we collect online.
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Use of your information
To protect your privacy, Docintosh shall obtain your consent in writing via email before you register any sensitive personal data and inform you how the data provided by you is going to be used. Only once you agree to provide us with the same, we will go ahead with your registration as a member. The personal information provided shall remain with Docintosh until your membership remains with us. In case you decide to opt out as member/ user, your user ID will be deleted automatically.
Disclosing your information
Information that we collect
Information is collected from you only after seeking permission via email confirmation. In addition, you may update or modify your personal profile at any time by accessing the Profile section within the site.
What do we do with the information that we gather
We require this information to provide you the permission to access this platform. As this platform is only for the qualified medical professionals, the details of your licence will be verified. We also need to know your specialty in the medical field and the areas of interest. This shall help us to evolve and engage you in the topics of your interest and to share the new medical information. Specific CMEs, webinars on the topics of interest will be conducted and you shall receive the invitation to participate. This participation is voluntary and free with no extra costs to the registered users.
Your personal data will be thus used by us for internal record keeping, improving our platform features and services, track the activity of the users and utilize the information to improve user experience and enrich the information sharing platform of Docintosh. We will periodically send you an email to get your feedback, information regarding our new features and other information that could be of interest to you. We may contact you by email, phone, fax or mail. We may use the information to customize the website according to your interests. You may opt out of these practices by directly mailing to [email protected] You can change your email and contact preferences at the following email ID: [email protected]
Docintosh is a professional site and one of the fastest-growing social networks for doctors and medical students where they can have a conversation about rare medical cases, treatments, medical guidelines, and updates. Community members can share, learn, discuss, research, publish, participate in a medical poll, case study contest, speaker program, conduct medical webinar, and mentor. Medical students can participate in medical MCQ contest, poster contest, essay contest, medical quizzes and 60 seconds challenge. Winners get to win prizes and badges. Students can participate in Internship programs to become Management Interns and Medical Student Ambassadors with Docintosh.