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Experts Responding to Your Questions: Video Q&A.
Take advantage of this opportunity to submit your burning questions to our distinguished team of experts about the challenges you face in caring for patients with osteoporosis and related fractures.
IT'S EASY - HERE'S HOW!
Using your personal webcam or computer camera, record your question and upload it to our website using the platform below.
READY TO RECORD? HERE'S WHAT YOU NEED: System Requirements
A compatible webcam
Videos must be in .avi, .mov, .mpg/.mpeg, .wmv, or .wav formats
Shoot at eye level and straight on; this may entail adjusting the webcam (see image below for example)
Sit or stand in a well-lit area using an indirect light source; a nearby desk lamp works well
To avoid glare and shadows, do not record yourself sitting or standing in front of a window
Practice posing your question
Do a test recording to see how you sound and look
Please do not include any patient-identifying information, keep your question brief, and avoid brand drug names
Please introduce yourself at the onset of your video.
Hi, my name is Dr. James Smith from Baltimore, MD, and my question is...
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