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The Maryland-DC Society of Addiction Medicine (MDDCSAM) has established this listserv to serve as a peer discussion group. The listserv is intended to provide a forum where members can problem-solve with colleagues, benefit from the experiences of others, solicit the advice of peers, and participate in an ongoing conversation around topics related to addiction medicine.
This MDDCSAM listserv is private and only subscribers can receive, send, and/or retrieve messages from/to the listserv. To ensure the best possible experience for all listserv members, MDDCSAM has established basic guidelines for participation. By using an MDDCSAM listserv you agree that you have read and will follow the code of conduct and participation guidelines listed below. MDDCSAM does not actively monitor its listserv for inappropriate postings. However, in the event that any inappropriate posting is brought to MDDCSAM’s attention, MDDCSAM reserves the right to take all appropriate action in response. MDDCSAM reserves the right to terminate access to any user who does not abide by these guidelines.
Joining the MDDCSAM listserv is easy.
Just send an email request to MDDCSAM staff at email@example.com.
Membership is required to access the listserv.
Include in your request your name, title, organization, location, email address, and phone number.
You may unsubscribe from a listserv at any time by following the directions at the bottom of the listserv message.
To temporarily leave the listserv, you must unsubscribe and re-subscribe using the method here.
To edit your subscription options, such as change your email address or change the frequency of emails you receive, you may contact MDDCSAM staff, or follow these instructions.
MDDCSAM listservs are monitored NOT moderated forums. Messages submitted to an MDDCSAM listserv by a subscriber are emailed automatically to all individuals subscribed to the listserv.
Please add the email address of the MDDCSAM listserv(s) to which you are subscribed to your white list. This will ensure that messages do not get caught in the spam filter. You can do this in Outlook by right-clicking on the listserv email and adding it to the “safe senders list.” If you have a large organization system, or outside spam filter, you may need to talk with your IT department to add this address to the white list there.