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'Simple Telehealth' is owned by the NHS and many people are happy to contribute their work and creative endeavours to help develop and promote Simple Telehealth and its licensed services such as “Florence” and 'simple.uk.net'.  Our thanks goes to Richard Stubbs for his work creating this resource to protect the work and endeavours for the NHS and Simple Telehealth Community of Practice.

Publishing Local Versions of ‘Florence’ and ‘Simple Telehealth’ documentation

Over time people have contributed templates, user guides, promotional material, cartoons and the like without any thought of payment simply as they believe in what Flo can do for patients and want to see more people benefit. The intention is that the efforts of this community of supporters are protected and that their work is not misappropriated.

Basic Controls that apply to Florence, Flo and Simple Telehealth

‘Florence’ and ‘Flo’ are registered trademarks of "NHS Stoke-on-Trent Clinical Commissioning Group" in the relation to the provision of health and social care services, which means that their use in this respect is restricted and is controlled by Stoke-on-Trent CCG.

The Florence logo is subject to copyright and is authorised for use in documents related to Florence and Simple Telehealth. The logo is licensed for use in documents related to Florence and Simple Telehealth and when used it must have a solid white background and a clear space margin on all sides that is equal to 50% of its height.

The trade mark ‘Simple Telehealth’ may be used in relation to its licensed service ‘Florence’, related background intellectual property, the collaborative community and materials and knowhow contributed by its members.

The Simple Telehealth logo is subject to copyright and is authorised for use in documents related to Florence and Simple Telehealth and when used it must have a solid white background and a clear space margin on all sides that is equal to 25% of its height.

The cartoons listed as resources on this site were created by Noel Ford and commissioned by Stoke on Trent CCG to support the deployment of Simple Telehealth/Florence through use in resource booklets, flyers, leaflets and slides for talks. Noel retains the copyright of the cartoons and has authorised Stoke on Trent CCG to approve use by other organisations deploying Simple Telehealth/Flo. Organisations wishing to use the cartoons should eMail Stoke on Trent CCG at Christina.Wigfall2@northstaffs.nhs.uk detailing their proposal for use and if consent is granted such materials should note “Cartoon(s) reproduced with permission of Stoke on Trent CCG".

The cartoons may not be altered, other than in size’ and may not be used for commercial purposes. They may only be used in printed or electronic resource booklets, booklets, flyers, leaflets and slides for talks and not in other media, though such materials may be made available online.


Controls on related materials

We want people to be able to share their original work with Simple Telehealth's and Florence’s community of supporters and so have agreed  the use of a Creative Commons licence ported for the UK: namely (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 UK).

https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-sa/2.0/uk/. This provides the following:

 

1. Attribution

The original copyright holder and the creator of the derivative work are named in all cases. For instance with respect to the resource pack produced by Dr Ruth Chambers the original content is copyright and licensed for use as follows:-:

© Dr Ruth Chambers, Stoke-on-Trent CCG 9/3/13

Flo Resource pack for Clinicians - AIM for Health Version

This work is made available under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike licence

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/uk/


For a localised, derivative Version the copyright notice would appear as follows::

This is a “Local Name” version of the

Flo Resource pack for Clinicians - AIM for Health Version

© Dr Ruth Chambers, Stoke-on-Trent CCG 9/3/13

created under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike licence

http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/2.0/uk/ and released under the same licence by “A. Local” x/x/13

 

2. Share Alike

Given the "community" endeavour behind Flo we believe people contributing to the effort will wish to be sure that their work is used to support the general endeavour. The share alike licence provides that a new work that is derivative of an existing one that has a "share alike" licence must also be published on the same terms.

3. Commercial Use

Commercial use is prohibited other than for the production of books and guides about Flo and the selling of such literature (other than use of the Simple Telehealth cartoons).

 

Further Resources:

http://creativecommons.org/choose/

http://www.copyrightservice.co.uk/