General Rules for the MSOS Discussion Board

PLEASE NOTE:   Posts made to this forum should not be considered as the expressed opinions of, nor should be considered endorsed by, the Medication Safety Officer’s Society (MSOS) or the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP). 

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General Rules for the MSOS Discussion Board

Welcome to the MSOS Discussion Board!

General Rules:

The goal with this discussion forum is to build a community for sharing information, ideas, and good practices among medication safety officers and individuals interested in medication and patient safety.   Following are some general rules for this forum:

Registration: To post a message or reply to a message, you need to be a registered user of medsafetyofficer.org.  Registration is free and easy. (To register, go to the link "Log In/Register" at bottom of this webpage).

Civility:  Please don’t post offensive comments, including disparaging or negative remarks about other health care professions, or individuals. This forum was established to be a positive and respectful communication tool.  We reserve the right to remove any offensive, unprofessional, or inappropriate posts.

Classifieds:  This forum is intended for posting and sharing information, not for selling or marketing products and services, including educational (CE) programs and job/residency positions.  Any marketing or job listing-related posts will be removed. If you wish to post a job listing or residency/fellowship listing on our website, see http://www.ismp.org/jobline/postjob.asp. 

Discoverability:  Although ISMP is a federally-certified Patient Safety Organization (PSO) and the Medication Safety Officer Society (MSOS) is part of ISMP, information posted on the forum is NOT protected from discovery. If you attach any documents (policies, forms, etc.) from your workplace, you may want to extract your origination’s name and seek your employer’s permission.

  • Be sure to follow your organization's social media policy.
  • Be careful about what you write and how you state it. Including appropriate disclaimer in your signature.
  • If you attach any documents (policies, forms, etc.) from your workplace, you may want to extract your origination's name and seek your employer's permission.

Infallibility:  Posts to this forum are the opinion of the person posting the information only, and therefore can contain inaccuracies.  Please consult appropriate sources and make an informed decision for yourself on important issues. 

PLEASE NOTE:   Posts made to this forum should not be considered as the expressed opinions of, nor should be considered endorsed by, the Medication Safety Officer’s Society (MSOS) or the Institute for Safe Medication Practices (ISMP).