Officially recognized School of Medicine organizations and entities, such as departments, sections, centers, and programs, must use the YSM web template and the school's web content management system for their websites.
Below are some guidelines for publishing on YSM websites. If you have a role publishing to a website that represents the Yale School of Medicine (YSM), we encourage you to read through these carefully. As with all guidelines, these do not cover the extent of every publishing possibility, and you should in all cases use common sense. If you have any question or concern about publishing certain content, ask questions of your supervisor or the YSM web team before making the content live. You can direct specific questions for the web team to firstname.lastname@example.org
The School of Medicine Web Group will grant access to any Yale employee to edit a YSM website upon approval from the department’s administrator. Before granting access, new users must view the Tridion Video Series. Additional training materials are available in the Tridion Support section of our website.
Do not post identifiable information about patients anywhere in this system, whether the page has security or not.
Do not publish any image depicting animals, any images for which you do not retain copyright or have rights to publish, and any images of patients for which you do not have a signed HIPAA media release form.
Generally, the University does not allow individual organizations to create and publish logos. However, existing logos that have been developed with the approval of the University Printer's Office can be placed within the right-hand text column on the Home page and the About Us page.
Use your common sense, remember that you are publishing under the Yale name, and stay active on the account or delete it.
This policy is directed at the public, but as a content publisher you should recognize that you are committing to uphold these standards of the public’s right to privacy