Community Guidelines

The Connecticut Health Foundation (CT Health) blog is a community for our grantees, partners, and anyone who cares about improving the health of Connecticut residents through systems change. We welcome and encourage your comments and conversation. We won’t, however, publish inappropriate content.

Here are a few guidelines to keep our community healthy and vibrant.

1) We encourage civil disagreement.

Don’t agree with something we (or others) have said? You are most welcome to challenge us or other commenters, as long as you follow our other rules.

2) Keep it clean.

If you wouldn’t say it to your mother, please don’t say it here! That is: no foul language, no comments at the expense of others, and no sex, violence, racism, or sexism.

3) No abuse, harassment, or defamation.

We will not publish comments that abuse or harass commenters or authors here, nor will we publish libelous content.

4) No spam. No selling.

Please keep your comments relevant to the topic at hand. We don’t approve spam (if you’re not sure what spam is, read this). Also, don’t try to sell your product or service here. If you’ve done something you’d like us to blog about or share, please contact us.

5) No plagiarism.

If you’re sharing someone else’s content, please attribute it accordingly. For a clear definition of proper attribution and fair use, please see The Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Legal Guide for Bloggers at this URL: http://www.eff.org/bloggers/lg/.

All content will go through an internal filter before being published. If you meet these guidelines, we’ll definitely publish your comments. Thank you for being a part of our community.