How do I change my own member information? Go to the Member Center and you can change your member information there. See My Profile [edit profile] on your profile page. How do I submit a column or article to the community, not just a posting on the forum? We always welcome columns and articles from mem

 


How do I change my own member information?
Go to the Member Center and you may change your member information there. Click on the (edit your profile) link on your profile page.
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I forgot my user name and/or password. What should I do?
If your log-on fails, there will be an option where you can request your password be reset and mailed to you at your e-mail address of record with the community.
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I have a question, need help or have a comment- What do I do?
If at any time you have a question or problem that is not covered by the help files, you may e-mail a community editor at editor@integrativepractitioner.com or call us at: 1-800-842-5404, x5650.
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On the member profile page, How does the “Invite a Colleague” function work?
In our coming release, you will be able to invite colleagues to case reviews and public or private groups for discussions.
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How do I submit a column or article to the community, not just a posting on the forum?
We always welcome columns and articles from members! To submit an article please go to the home page and go to the “Participate” link, or you may e-mail your contribution to editor@integrativepractitioner.com. Please be sure to include your photo, brief bio and contact information.
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How do I get my company listed in the MarketPlace?
You may email: cperrone@divcom.com with your contact information, Also see our Advertising Opportunities link on the left navigation of the home page.
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How can I invite a colleague to join the Integrative Practitioner Community?
Head to our Refer a Peer page located on the Home page and also in the Member Center.
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How are messages organized?
Our online interactive forums are segmented by discussion topic and threads, to help members find messages of most interest to them. A “discussion” is an area of our online forums that contains messages about a particular topic. These discussion areas are further broken into more specific message “threads”, which have individual messages and responses.
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How do I find out what messages are new since I last logged on?
Typically when you log into the discussion area, you will see messages that are new since you last checked in.
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How do I post a message in an existing discussion thread?
Simply hit the reply button next to the message you wish to comment upon. That will bring up a screen where you may fill in a message title and input the body of the message.
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What if I want to start a new discussion topic?
Go into a discussion category, like “Latest Research”, and Select the New Topic button from the top right of that discussion page. Give the topic a title and short description. If you initiate a discussion topic or thread, you can request that you be notified by e-mail anytime someone responds to your message. And, if you would like help creating a new discussion or would like to talk about how to phrase a message or issue, feel free to e-mail us at customerservice@integrativepractitioner.com or call 1-800-842-5404, x5650 and we would be please to provide assistance.
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I’ve got an idea for a QuickPoll question. Is there an area on the site where I can submit my question? Then what happens?
Go to the participate link on the home page. Once we receive a quick poll suggestion we then notify the member that it has been received. The question is then read and sometimes edited for grammar and to make sure that it is written in an unbiased way. We then place the member question into a queue and will put it up on the site in the order that we receive them. Sometimes there can be a backlog. If your question is urgent, please let us know at editor@integrativepractitioner.com and we will do our best to accommodate your time frame while respecting other members’ needs.
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