Terms of use

These are the terms of use (Terms of Use) upon which you (the User) are entitled to access and use Rx magazine website at www.rx-magazine.org and all subdomains (collectively, the Site) and will continue in force until such time as either the User or Rx magazine terminates this Agreement. Access to and use by the User of this Site constitutes acceptance by the User of these Terms of Use, which take effect from the date of first access to the Site.

Purpose of the site

Rx is an online magazine full of interesting, inspiring and informative articles written by pharmacy practitioners sharing their expertise and opinion, encouraging debate, and inviting you to impact, engage and collaborate. It is owned and managed by the UK Clinical Pharmacy Association.

Users can view the information provided via the Site and contact Rx magazine via the Site with queries and requests for further information.

Legal compliance disclaimer

Whilst this Site may be accessed and viewed via the internet throughout the world, Rx magazine does not represent or warrant that the information on this Site or its operation complies with the regulatory regime of any country, other than England where Rx magazine is located. If the User accesses this Site from locations outside England the User does so on the User’s own initiative and at the User’s own risk. The User is responsible for compliance with local laws.

Intellectual property rights

The User acknowledges and accepts that there may be publications or photographs (copyright works) or other content or materials on the Site in which copyright, trade mark, patent, trade secret, or other proprietary rights (Intellectual Property Rights) are owned by third parties and which are reproduced by permission of such third parties. The User may not copy any such copyright works or other third party materials or content without the permission of the relevant Intellectual Property Rights owner.

Subject to this, the User acknowledges and agrees that all Intellectual Property Rights in the content and materials available on the Site vests in and are owned absolutely by Rx magazine unless otherwise indicated, including in respect of or in connection with but not limited to the Site’s design, text, graphics, its selection and arrangement, software and all other material on or in the Site.

© UK Clinical Pharmacy Association. All rights reserved.

The Intellectual Property Rights in the trade mark Rx magazine and the accompanying logo are the property of UK Clinical Pharmacy Association.

The User may not copy, sell, rent, lease, license, sub-license, trade under, grant any rights in, transfer, distribute, time-share or otherwise assign to any third party any of the materials or content on this Site or any portion of this Site. Any unauthorised or restricted act in relation to the materials or content on this Site or any portion of this Site may result in civil proceedings and/or criminal prosecution.

Permitted use

The User is authorised to view, print or download one copy of the materials or content on the Site on any single computer for the User’s personal use, provided that any proprietary notices, marks, logos and other legends that appear on the copied screens remain on, and are not removed from, the printed or stored images of such screens.

This permission is subject to the material being reproduced accurately and not being used in a misleading context and does not extend to any material on this Site that is identified as being the copyright work(s) of a third party. The User may not modify any content or materials on this Site in any way or reproduce or publicly display, perform or distribute or otherwise use them for any public purpose.

The User is authorised to browse the Site, subscribe to periodical electronic publications, send queries and request further information from Rx magazine and submit the User’s contact details for a response.

Where the User wishes to use the Site or any content or material on the Site for purposes other than that permitted above, the User must obtain Rx magazine prior written consent, or the consent of the relevant third party for third party content.

If the User breaches any of these Terms of Use, the User’s authorisation to use this Site and the content and material on the Site automatically terminates and the User must immediately destroy any downloaded or printed materials.

Unauthorised access by third parties

It is possible that third parties (hackers) may access the Site and alter the Site’s contents or place damaging materials or programmes on the Site, including but not limited to computer viruses, Trojan horses, worms, bots and other destructive digital elements. Rx magazine will not be liable for any damage or loss arising out of or resulting from any such unauthorised access to, alteration to or modification of information contained on the Site or infection of the Site in this way.

In any event, it is the User’s sole responsibility to take all protective measures to guard against computer viruses or other destructive elements.

Third party links, frames and portals

The Site incorporates links to other websites, frames and portals (Third Party Sites) designed, maintained and operated by third parties. Rx magazine has not reviewed the Third Party Sites, which are provided for the User’s convenience only, and Rx magazine is not responsible for the content or availability of these Third Party Sites. If the User decides to use a link to a Third Party Site the User will leave the Site and the User will do so at the User’s own risk.

Links to Third Party Sites do not imply that Rx magazine endorses, is affiliated or associated with, or is legally authorised to use any trade mark, trade name, logo or copyright work displayed in or accessible through the Third Party Sites or that any linked site is authorised to use any trade mark, trade name, logo or copyright of Rx magazine.

Third party content use

The User must obtain authorisation to reproduce third party material, including material on the Site and material accessible via any Third Party Site, from the relevant third parties concerned.

The User must not permanently store or otherwise copy any such third party content or materials for wider distribution or commercial gain, without the express permission of the relevant third party. Rx magazine will not be responsible for obtaining that permission for the User.

Limitation of liability

In no event will Rx magazine be liable to the User whether in contract, tort, by statute or otherwise in respect of any loss of profits and/or for any special, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage arising out of or in connection with the User’s use of the Site, including without limitation: loss of revenue, loss of anticipated savings, loss of business and/or goods, loss of goodwill, loss of use, loss and/or corruption of data and/or other information, and/or downtime.

For the avoidance of doubt, neither the types of loss and/or damage specified above nor any similar types of loss and/or damage shall constitute direct loss for the purposes of this Agreement.

Nothing shall exclude or restrict Rx magazine’s liability for fraudulent misrepresentation and/or for death or personal injury arising as a result of Rx magazine negligence.

Information disclaimer

The UK Clinical Pharmacy Association (UKCPA) makes no promises in respect of the quality, completeness or accuracy of the information published in Rx magazine. Unless we expressly state otherwise, all UKCPA Materials are provided as a resource for your general information and use and are not (nor are they intended) to address your or any particular requirements. Our products are intended for use by pharmacists or other health professionals, however, it is your responsibility to make your own professional decisions and judgments and to independently verify any information that you may choose to rely upon.

The UKCPA relies on authors, contractors and third party data providers to confirm the accuracy of information and advertisements contained in the UKCPA Materials and therefore UKCPA cannot and does not warrant the accuracy of the UKCPA Materials (or any part of them). Readers should be aware that professionals in the field may have different opinions. Because of this fact and also because of regular advances in medical research UKCPA strongly recommends that all readers independently verify any information in the UKCPA Materials that they choose to rely upon. Ultimately it is the reader’s responsibility to make their own professional judgements. Opinions posted on any part of the Website are those of the individuals posting them and not the views of UKCPA.

UKCPA accepts no responsibility if you incur any loss or damage as a result of using UKCPA Materials outside the scope of these terms and conditions. Nor does UKCPA accept any responsibility in respect of any third party products or services referred to or linked to in any UKCPA Materials.