We will never ever:
- Publish your email address, or any other information that you give us.
- Compromise your privacy by handling email and personal information in a non-secure environment.
- Pass your details to anyone else without your express permission.
- Root around in your IP information for personal details of you.
Our blog laws
- Please be nice.
- Please be sensible; don’t give away anyone else’s secrets.
- We won’t mess with your comments unless we really need to (e.g. space or clarity).
- You are welcome to use an anonymous username, though we dream of hearty debate that’s as real-world as possible. Remember we’ll never threaten your privacy.
- All links from our site are for your interest only. We won’t try get you to buy anything.
- But we can’t guarantee that these third party sites value your privacy and security as much as we do. Take care.
- You must be happy for your comments to become the property of Hive.
- The closing date for all entries is 1 month after competition start date.
- Entries must be either a comment on the competition blog (www.hivehealth.com), or an idea emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Unfortunately we are not able to accept form of entries.
- The winner will be selected by the judging panel and they’ll be looking for ideas and creativity, not artistic excellence or technical brilliance, so thinking caps on. Entries must also reflect Hive’s values, particularly that of patient centred communication. Of course, the judge’s decision is final.
- The winner’s idea will be acknowledged on our blog as soon as we can make it work.
- For the winner, we will send an apple ipad. Unfortunately, we can’t cover any other expenses.
- The winner will be notified by email in the first week of August.
- The competition is open to all ages.
- Hive retains the rights to ideas in perpetuity.
- You enter the competition at your own risk and Hive does not accept any liability for personal injury, damage, theft or loss in connection with the competition even if that loss is caused by Hive’s negligence. We also can’t take responsibility for entries lost or damaged.
- The competition is governed by the laws of England and Wales, so no cheating. It’s just not cricket.
- Good luck.