Have Your Say- Join The Community

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Have you ever been in the situation where you have read a really interesting blog post, news item or literature review that you thought you could add further value to? Would you like the chance to ask the author a question or share your own experiences and expertise? How would you like to engage more with the author and other readers on the topics being presented?

If you answered yes to any of the above questions, we have some really great news for you.

Based on feedback from our followers and readership, we’ve decided to open up the HFE blog for commenting and feedback so that you can have your say about the information and subjects being presented? Furthermore, once you have posted your thoughts and opinions, you can share these with your friends to draw them into the discussions also.

Using the Disqus commenting function, you can now create an account that enables you to post comments directly below the on page content for other readers and the author to see. Clearly these comments will be moderated initially to make sure that they are valid, appropriate and not generated by spammers or internet trolls.

you can share these with your friends to draw them into the discussions also…

We do not intend to censer the comments with the goal of protecting the authority of any of the on page content because the whole purpose of this function is to generate engaging discussions that ultimately create a better reading experience for all. So feel free to be honest and candid with your comments, as long as you are respectful.

To have your say, all you need to do is select the comments box at the bottom of the blog pages and follow the Register with Disqus wizard. Once you have registered you will be able to start commenting and sharing at your leisure.

Please note: Disqus is a third party plug-in that is hosted on our website and that any personal information you supply is not stored within our site. When you login to comment, you are logging in to Disqus, not the HFE blog itself.

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