Projects In Knowledge will provide:


  1. A trusting learning environment free of commercial bias.
  2. An activity that has been peer-reviewed, by an expert in the field who is not a member of the faculty, to ensure that the information presented is independent, objective, scientifically rigorous, fair balanced, accurate, timely, relevant, and beneficial to patients.
  3. An activity that is free of any conflicts of interest, as identified through the faculty disclosure process and resolved through our Trust In Knowledge peer review process.
  4. Faculty that embrace and support our efforts.
  5. Acknowledgment of off-label uses of pharmaceutical products discussed.
  6. Content that will positively impact on your ability to manage your patients.
  7. Ample opportunity for questions from the participants to add to the scientific rigor and real-life clinical appropriateness of information provided.
  8. Access to a "Content Ombudsman" (via e-mail at who will handle questions on enduring materials that are not answered by this activity.
  9. A dynamic learning and implementation process that meets our rigorous obligations to multiple accreditation/regulatory bodies, and that shows that Projects In Knowledge will be forever evolving and striving to do the right thing.


Clinicians' Responsibilities:


  1. Ask questions relevant to patient care concerns.
  2. Commit yourself to the entire activity time frame, because it is only then that the total learning can be experienced, utilized, and measured.
  3. Allow this activity to be only a part of your total learning experience.
  4. Aid in developing future activities by being a strong participant. The evaluation form assists us in this process; please give it careful professional consideration when filling it out.
  5. Return to your practice and mentor the learning experience with your colleagues. Projects In Knowledge will provide extra material for this effort.


Robert S.Stern
Projects In Knowledge, Inc.