Terms and Conditions

Disclaimer
CPD Online, and all information contained in it, is provided on an 'as is' basis, and is intended for medical professionals. It is provided without warranty of any kind, express or implied.

We rely on our authors to confirm the accuracy of the information presented and therefore we as the publisher, and our editors, cannot warrant its accuracy. Users should be aware that professionals in the field may have different opinions. Because of this and also because there are regular advances in medical research, we strongly recommend that readers independently verify facts. Ultimately it is the readers' responsibility to make their own professional judgements. Description or reference to a product or publication does not imply endorsement of that product or publication, unless it is owned by the Royal College of Psychiatrists and in which case it is subject to the relevant disclaimers.

To the fullest extent permitted by law, the Royal College of Psychiatrists is not responsible for any losses, injury or damage caused to any person or property (including under contract, by negligence, products liability or otherwise) whether they be direct or indirect, special, incidental or consequential, resulting from the application of the information on this website.

 

Losses
To the fullest extent permitted by law, we will not be liable for any direct or indirect or consequential losses (including loss of profit, revenue, anticipated savings, data, goodwill or wasted expenditure) other than when your subscription cannot be fulfilled, following conclusion of a binding contract and in which case the Royal College of Psychiatrists shall be liable only for the fees paid for the subscription.

 

Links
CPD Online contains links which may take you outside CPD Online. Links are provided for your convenience, and inclusion of any link does not imply endorsement or approval by us of the linked website (other than where this is another Royal College of Psychiatrists website), its operator or its contents, and we are not responsible for the content of any such website.

 

Changes to service or amendments to conditions
The Royal College of Psychiatrists reserves full editorial control over CPD Online and may make changes to the website during the subscription period. We reserve the right to make changes to our website, policies, and terms and conditions at any time. You shall be subject to the policy's terms and conditions in force at the time that you use the website. If any of these conditions are deemed invalid, void or unenforceable, that condition will be deemed severable and will not affect the validity and enforceability of any other condition.

 

Events beyond our reasonable control
To the fullest extent permitted by law we will not be held responsible for any delay or failure to comply with our obligations under these conditions if such delay or failure arises from any causes which is beyond our reasonable control including reasons of Force Majeure which shall include any default due to an act of God, war, threatened war, act of terrorism or threatened terrorism, lock out, individual action, fire, flood, drought, tempest or other event beyond our reasonable control. This provision does not affect your statutory rights.

 

Personal accounts
Your right of access is personal to you, for as long as your subscription is valid or for as long as we choose to allow such access (where free). Personal accounts may not be shared, and you are responsible for preventing unauthorised access to your account. You accept responsibility for all activities that occur under your account or password.

 

Suitability for CPD
Note that under the Royal College of Psychiatrists' CPD arrangements, final approval of any CPD activity lies with your peer group. We aim to ensure that the material on this site is of a suitable standard for use for CPD activities, but individual needs will vary and your peer group will have the final say as to whether a particular module is relevant to your requirements.

 

Cancellations
Once access to CPD Online has been granted, if you wish to cancel any subscription you purchase, cancellation shall be at our discretion and if accepted may be subject to a cancellation charge.

 

Changes of subscription category

CPD Online has a Members' and a non-Members' subscription rate. If you have subscribed at the non-Members' rate but then become eligible for the Members' discounted rate during the subscription term we will be happy to extend your subscription to account for the excess money paid. We will double the number of months remaining on the subscription from the time you became eligible for the discount. Please contact the CPD Online team to request this as this will not be done automatically.

 

Intellectual property rights
The content, layout, design, data, and graphics on our website are protected by UK and other international copyright laws. You agree not to adapt, alter or create any derivative work from any of the material contained in the website or to use the material for any purpose other than your personal, non-commercial use. None of the content of the website may be copied or otherwise incorporated into or saved in any other website, electronic retrieval system, publication, or any other work in any form (whether hard copy, electronic, or other), other than for your personal non-commercial use. For the avoidance of doubt, framing of this site or any part of it is not permitted without our express written permission.

Any requests for permission of our images or other use of our intellectual property not authorised by these terms and conditions should be made to the Director of Publications & Website, Dave Jago.

Use of the data you provide to us or which is collected by use of our website, is governed by our privacy policy.

 

Trademarks
The Royal College of Psychiatrists' logo and the name 'The Royal College of Psychiatrists' are the registered trademarks of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and may not be used without permission.

 

Waiver
If you breach these conditions and we take no action, we are still entitled to use our rights and remedies in the future and where you continue to breach these conditions.

 

Governing law and jurisdiction
These conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the laws of England and Wales.

 

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