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    • The Eurordis Charter of good practice for online patient discussions
    • Eurordis Charter for patients’ discussion lists (1)
      • Eurordis’ project
        • Discussion lists for patients with rare diseases
        • Specific guidelines
      • 2006-2008 : 25 lists (Médicalistes)
        • + A working group
      • Exhaustive search
        • Medical litterature
        • Specialized websites for discussion lists (Acor,…)
    • Eurordis Charter for patients’ discussion lists (2)
      • A detailed draft of a Charter
        • Submitted to the group
        • Discussions on a list
        • A collaborative working tool : a wiki
      • Additional advice
        • Legal experts
        • Specialists in medical ethics
      • Final text reviewed
        • Moderators, health professionals, associations,…
    • Eurordis Charter for patients’ discussion lists (3)
      • June 2007
        • A full version
        • A short version
      • December 2008
        • A scientific article
        • Guidelines for internet mailing lists and electronic forums for patient groups
          • Méadel C, Oziel D. Presse Med. 2008 Dec;37(12):1809-16.
      • Purposes of the Charter
        • Explaining the key points of the functioning of groups
        • A reference document for moderators
        • Protection against legal issues
        • A training tool
      • Recommendations
      • Main subjects
        • Role of the moderators
        • Definition of the content
        • Relationships with healthcare professionals
    • 10 guidelines for the content of the messages
      • Informative content and not a medical opinion
      • No online diagnosis
      • No advice for a treatment, a product
      • Respect other subscriber’s treatments
      • Avoid shocking or getting down patients and families
      • Validated information
      • No form of publicity
      • Respect laws and regulations (defamation, privacy, intellectual property,…)
      • Respect for other subscribers
      • Respect for the discipline
    • Legal obligation
      • The legal system of hosting providers obliges them,
      • from the moment that they are aware of the illicit character of stored information,
      • "to act promptly to withdraw these data or to render access to them impossible"
    • Participation of doctors, other health professionals and scientific researchers
      • Communities open to them ?
      • Reasons to refuse their participation ?
      • Have they to identify themselves ?
      • Invited as experts ?
      • Invited for a limited time ?
      • Questions sent to them by moderators ?
      • Limits of their intervention ?
    • Limits to what can be written
      • Messages unrelated to the central theme of the commununity
      • “ Hi” messages
      • Dangerous, sectarian, quackish information
      • Controversy between experts
      • Shocking messages