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Old 10-02-2011
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Stop DO NOT GO OFF Topic

Dear members,

Here at USMLE Forums, we want to keep each thread specific for a single topic/subject. This will help in keeping the discussions professional and make searching the forums fruitful and tagging threads possible.

Therefore, please do not jump in and change the subject.

For example;
Member1: Hi, I want to talk about management of HIV patient.
Member2: OK, here's how we manage HIV.
Member3: Hey, how do we manage Hepatitis B.

You can see that Member3 above has changed the topic and the specificity of the thread. This is not professional. This is just like interrupting your colleagues while they are discussing something.

If you have a new idea, new question, new discussion. Please start a new thread. Here's How you do it

If you want a specific member to answer your question. You can start the new thread and then send a PM to that member asking him/her to help you in that particular topic.

We UFs Staff, Whenever we find such an off-topic posts, We'll either delete them (most common action) or move them to a new stand-alone thread.

Thank you all for keeping USMLE Forums professional "doctors" community.

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