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Frequently asked questions

  • Why should I register?
  • How do I register?
  • Forgotten your password?
  • How do I give feedback?
  • What is a resource?
  • How do I contribute a resource?
  • How do I find resources?
  • How can I find my own resources?
  • How can I take part in discussions?
  • What are blogs?
Why should I register?
Registering allows users to access more resources, manage their own resources, and participate in the site with other users.
How do I register?
If you would like to register, but have not done so, please see the Registration page which will allow you to submit a registration request.
Forgotten your password?
If you have forgotten your password a new one can be issued by selecting the Forgotten password link above. You will need to know the e-mail address you registered with in order to reset your password.
How do I give feedback?
If you have any questions or comments regarding this website or the services offered, please let us know! We want to provide you with the best service we can and want to hear from you. Please visit our feedback form if you would like to submit a question or comment.
What is a resource?
A resource can be many things. It can be an event, a paper, a report, a table of data, a map, or even a person, and so on. Essentially any item that is relevant to public health that can be shared is worth adding to the site.
How do I contribute a resource?
If you have a resource and want to share it you can make your resource available to everyone or to registered users only. You must be a registered user and logged on before you can contribute. Once you have logged on, follow the Contribute link in the left hand strip and select the type of resource you want to contribute.
How do I find resources?
The search box at the top of the page will allow you to quickly search titles, descriptions and other content of resources on this site. The search results page will then offer you additional sorting and filtering options.
How can I find my own resources?
When you are logged in, you can find your own resources by following the link to My content on the left hand strip. You will also find a link there to My home page which is you own home page and contains some of your most recently added resources.
How can I take part in discussions?
The Forum acts as a meeting place for people to share their views on topics and resources. Discussions are grouped under various categories - if you visit one of these categories you will be able to start a new topic or continue an existing thread.
What are blogs?
Blogs are mini websites whose contents come from users. If you are a member of this site you may be able to set up your own blog for recording your thoughts, or useful places you have visited online etc.

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