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Reviews must be completed and returned to UW-Madison ICEP at least two weeks prior to the launch of an activity or 48 hours prior to the annual renewal of the activity.

Instructions to Reviewer: As an independent reviewer for the UW-Madison ICEP, your role is to ensure that this activity’s materials are fair, balanced and free of commercial bias. Unpublished content must be scrutinized to determine that it conforms to accepted standards of experimental design, data collection and analysis. Critically review the conclusions inferred from the studies so that patient treatment recommendations represent the standard of practice within the medical profession in the United States. In your review, be mindful of the following:

  1. Activities should be designed to be independent, objective, scientifically rigorous and free of commercialinfluence. A commercial interest is defined by the ACCME as any entity producing, marketing, re-selling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.
    The UW-Madison ICEP Chair is the final arbiter of whether the disclosed conflicts of interest havebeen resolved.
  2. Scientific studies utilized or referenced are from sources acceptable to the scientific and medicalcommunity.
  3. Diagnostic and therapeutic recommendations are limited to those that are supported by the best scientificand/or medical evidence available.
  4. Generic, scientific names of medications and medical devices are used wherever possible and practical to promote impartiality. If a trade name of a medication/device is used, the first reference for all medications/devices discussed in the activity should include the generic name together with the trade name, and subsequet references should use only the generic name.

 

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A commercial interest is defined by the ACCME as any entity producing,marketing, re-selling, or distributing health care goods or services consumed by, or used on, patients.
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If unsure, conduct a literature search
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Provide examples of published studies that will help prvide learners with a balanced presentation.
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Generic, scientific names of medications and medical devices are used wherever possible and practical to promote impartiality. If a trade name of a medication/device is used, the first reference for all medications/devices discussed in the activity should include the generic name together with the trade name, and subsequent references should use only the generic name.
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Values/ethics for interprofessional practice
Roles/responsibilities
Interprofessional communication
Teams and teamwork
If you answered "No" to ALL of the above interprofessional competencies, explain:
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