The PRAXIS How-To: Questions & Answers
Posted on September 22, 2015 |
PRAXIS is an initiative that will thrive on information sharing. Each of your comments and questions will only further the field and one another’s thinking. To that end, you’ll find a Questions and Answers section in the PRAXIS social group—this is one of the places where the COPD Foundation will nurture lively, respectful discussion between you and your colleagues. To ask a question of the members of the PRAXIS social group, click on the PRAXIS Discussions section and then on the red text that reads “Ask a Question.” A new page will come up; simply enter your question title, description (more detail about your question) and any tags or topics that apply. If you keep the “Subscribe” box checked, you will be notified by email about responses to your question. Then simply post!
Each week, you will also notice that members of the COPD Foundation staff, PRAXIS Advisory Board or field experts will pose a question (or more than one!) to the PRAXIS social group. The questions will range with respect to topics; one might be about your views on research, another on your interpretation of a policy and the next asking for your thoughts on a transitional care best practice. The Foundation recognizes PRAXIS members are the bottom-line experts on these issues and we hope you’ll engage and discuss your thoughts with us.
To see everything that’s happening in the PRAXIS social group, click on the PRAXIS Discussions section and then on the gray tab that reads “Activity Feed.”
To access all Questions and Answers in the PRAXIS social group, click on the PRAXIS Discussions section and then the gray tab that reads “Question and Answers.” Over time, the list will become lengthy; you can search the list by keyword by typing the keyword into the “Find a Question” box and clicking “Search questions.” You can also filter all questions and answers by clicking on the gray tabs below the Questions and Answers text entry box (e.g., Answered, Unanswered, My Questions).
Any questions? We look forward to them.