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PALISI March 2024/Post Spring Meeting Newsletter


Dear PALISI Investigators,


• CME/MOC deadline extended to March 15

• CATCHUP Asthma Study

• PALISI Platform Trial information

• NIH update information

• PALISI Fall 2024 meeting dates/location

• General PALISI communication information



 

TIME SENSITIVE - CME/MOC Deadline Extended to March 15


Two important activities below:

 

1.      Please fill out this post-course survey (5-10 min) to improve our future meeting!

 

 

1.      Here are CME/MOC information. It will expire on 3/15 (Friday)- Time Sensitive!!


Also attached are instructions for logging into Eeds (screenshots included). Please let us know if you have any questions. 


How to claim CME Credit

 

  • Go to www.eeds.com

  • Sign in to an event

  • Enter the 6-character activity code given to you for the event (see Eeds codes below)

  • Confirm your login

  • Complete the evaluation (complete within 1 week after activity)

 

Eeds Codes (Six digit code)- Eeds codes expire Friday March 15, 2024

  • Thursday, February 29, 2024: 00nite

  • Friday, March 1, 2024: 00nite

  • Saturday, March 2, 2024: 00nite 

 


LEARNER CLAIMING MOC CREDIT

 

  • After the learner signs in to the activity they will see that they have attendance under the “Activity Actions” box. It will show that the Survey is required to earn credit for the activity. This will show the gray lock box and that says “Claim ABP MOC Part 2 Points” (Available after Post-Test Completion)

  • After the learner clicks, “Take Survey for Credit” they will be taken to the test and click, “Begin Post Test Now”

  • Once the test is completed the Learner will click, “Claim ABP MOC Part 2 Points”

  • The learner will then confirm the information on file for them is correct and click, “Done”

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The CATCHUP (Critical AsThma ResearCH GroUp in Pediatrics) Study


Hello PALISI members. We would like to invite you to participate in a prospective prevalence study on Pediatric critical asthma. The CATCHUP (Critical AsThma ResearCH GroUp in Pediatrics) Study will determine the prevalence of critical asthma and describe its management in a large international cohort. The study is unfunded and was designed to use a limited case report form to limit the time commitment required of investigators. All site-PI’s will receive authorship and will have access to the final data for ancillary studies.


If interested in participating or hearing more information please contact Ben White at ben.white@hsc.utah.edu.

Thank you!

 - Ben White, Colin Rogerson, and Lee Polikoff





 






PALISI Platform Trial Information/Next Steps


We had a great discussion regarding PALISI moving toward a platform trial structure at our spring meeting. Please sign up for PALISI Platform subcommittee!


Please note the deadline is March 18 to sign up for platform subcommittee.


 

Save the Dates for the PALISI Fall 2024 Meeting


The PALISI Fall 2024 meeting will be held Wed Sept 4 – Sat Sept 7 in beautiful Minneapolis, MN. The clinical research course and other group work will be held on Wednesday, with the main meeting Thursday-Saturday. Mark your calendars!


 

General PALISI Communication Reminders


Note – as the PALISI admin team is focused on getting our new member services platform and accounting platforms up and running, the website updates may be delayed. Please contact us with any questions.


Don’t forget to follow us on X/(formerly Twitter) @PALISINet


Do you have any information that you would like to share in the monthly digest? Make sure to submit it to Ann-Marie Brown by the 1st day of the month at https://www.palisi.org/communications . (Direct Email: ann-marie.brown@emory.edu). This is also the place for questions for the Executive Committee or administrative team anytime!

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