Projects In Knowledge will provide:
- A trusting learning environment free of commercial bias.
- 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.
- 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.
- Faculty that embrace and support our efforts.
- Acknowledgment of off-label uses of pharmaceutical products discussed.
- Content that will positively impact on your ability to manage your patients.
- Ample opportunity for questions from the participants to add to the scientific rigor and real-life clinical appropriateness of information provided.
- Access to a "Content Ombudsman" (via e-mail at Ombudsman@projectsinknowledge.com) who will handle questions on enduring materials that are not answered by this activity.
- 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.
- Ask questions relevant to patient care concerns.
- Commit yourself to the entire activity time frame, because it is only then that the total learning can be experienced, utilized, and measured.
- Allow this activity to be only a part of your total learning experience.
- 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.
- Return to your practice and mentor the learning experience with your colleagues. Projects In Knowledge will provide extra material for this effort.
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