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Topic this is Kristin's topic

What is it?
Brief description. This should always start with a single, concise sentence defining the topic e.g., “A topic-xyz is …”

this is what it is

What is needed?
Please provide a list for each of the following:

  • Materials needed
  • Necessary logistics
  • Essential skill-set or expertise required
this is what is needed

Is special expertise required?

No, no expert needed
no expertise required

How to
Please provide the following, as appropriate for this topic:

  • Implementation steps (ordered “How to” steps)
  • Validation/verification
  • Data capture (How information will be recorded)
  • Data analysis (How results will be analyzed/summarized)
  • Data management (Privacy/confidentiality — How rights of participants are ensured)
  • Testing (a statement on how to test or pilot the method prior to going live)
this is how to do it

Good practice tips
Please provide the following, as appropriate for this topic:

  • Do’s (things that can enhance the potential for success)
  • Don'ts (what to watch out for — common mistakes, potential pitfalls, inappropriate use)
  • Advantages and disadvantages Summarize possible benefits (or limitations) of this topic (in order to reduce the risk of misuse). This might include comparing/contrasting this topic with another.
do's and don'ts

Success stories
Brief description of a successful application of this topic (include web link if available).

success stories abound!

To learn more

  • References (include a web link if available)
  • Other resources (e.g., useful manuals, etc.)
  • Please try to include references to original author publications on this topic
here's how you learn more

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This is where some concluding words can go. Probably should have a note about authorship, and how that will be added automatically. It will be based on the author's profile on the site.

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