Comment Policy

In an effort to elevate the discussions on the Family Medicine Reference, we moderate comments and hold them to a high standard. While feedback and constructive criticism is welcome, opinions in and of themselves do not have value, and you are not entitled to have your opinion displayed on a private website if it is considered offensive by the editors of this blog.

Commenting on this website is a privilege for our readers that is earned by making your comment intelligent and civil. Comments must also relate directly to the content of the article and if they get too far of topic will not be posted. If you wish to have far ranging conversations we suggest other venues such as Twitter.

We ask that commenters use your real name and your real email address. We are the final arbiters of whether or not your comment meets the above standards. That is our privilege.