Nurse First posts may be republished on blog sites only.
This may be done in one of two ways: full posts and partial posts. Each method has a different set of requirements and responsibilities, as listed below, and proper attribution must be applied.
Nurse First posts may not be republished or repurposed in any other media or format, including but not exclusive to ebooks, slideshows, videos, Facebook images/posts, Google+ images/posts, products and/or promotional items.
Republishing Full Posts
If you are interested in republishing a full Nurse First post, you must first contact Nurse First and secure the rights to do so. Our writers cannot give this permission. Only authorised publishers are allowed to republish posts in their entirety and these are the additional guidelines you must agree and adhere to:
You agree to not republish a full post unless you have received permission to do so (contact firstname.lastname@example.org).
You agree to not republish a full post until 7 days after the post was originally published on Nurse First.
You agree to republish the post exactly as it appears on Nurse First, with the post title and all links intact.
ou agree that the republication will also include the full biography of the original author; again, including all links within that profile.
You agree to provide a link back to the URL of the original post with the following anchor text “Republished with permission, courtesy of Nurse First.
Republication of Partial Posts
If you are interested in republishing a partial Nurse First post, you are free to do so without contacting anyone at Nurse First provided you adhere to the following guidelines:
You agree to publish up to four paragraphs only!
>You agree to republish the partial post exactly as it appears on Nurse First, with the post title and all links intact.
You agree that the republication will also include the full biography of the original author, including all links within that profile.
You agree to provide a link back to the URL of the original post with the following anchor text “To read this article in its entirety, visit Nurse First.”
Provided you follow these guidelines, you are free to republish any Nurse First post at any time. No time restriction or permission is required.
>Any written work submitted to Nurse First is owned by Nurse First. Nurse First grants the original author the rights of republication as stated above, as long as it is previously arranged through Nurse First. Nurse First expressly reserves any additional republication rights, except insofar as specific arrangements are made with additional publishers.
Contributors retain all intellectual property rights and creative rights in any other designs, graphics or images they may publish in conjunction with their posts on Nurse First, as long as they are secondary and not necessary for comprehension of the post itself. If Nurse First content is embedded within a video, slideshow or other media and is necessary for understanding the post, Nurse First retains ownership of that property.