and well-being of children and youth
The Canadian Paediatric Society controls the “right to copy” for all information we develop or publish in any format, including in print or on this website. The CPS also holds copyright for material published under our logo in our peer-reviewed journal Paediatrics & Child Health.
We welcome requests for permission to reproduce our material for the purposes of education and advocacy and, in most cases, require only two things from an applicant:
Generally, the CPS encourages the use, distribution, reproduction and, in some cases, the translation or adaptation of our information, usually without cost.
While linking to our website is encouraged and welcome, the CPS usually does not allow content to reside on other websites. Exceptions are occasionally made for educational purposes, such as course readings, and are decided on a case-by-case basis. For information about reciprocal links, please read our Policy on Internet Links.
We also reserve the right to withhold or to charge for permission to copy our material based on our assessment of each request. Every application is assessed on its own merit and may require contacting the applicant for clarification or follow-up.
The CPS strives to comply fully with copyright practice when developing our own material by seeking permissions where appropriate, referencing our information, and acknowledging the contributions of allied organizations and others to our work.
If you have any questions, contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Last updated: Jul 9 2012