The PCORI Blog - Comment Policy
The PCORI blog is intended to serve as a platform for discussion by a broad range of audiences of issues in patient-centered outcomes research (PCOR) and ways to help patients, caregivers, and clinicians make better-informed health and healthcare decisions. The views expressed in blog postings, including comments, are those of the authors and not necessarily those of PCORI, its Board of Governors, or its committees, unless otherwise indicated.
The blog's editor is JoAnn Sperber, PCORI’s Associate Director of Content Development. She can be reached at [email protected].
Posting Comments to the Blog
- Comments must be on topic, courteous, and respectful. Comments must not contain any inappropriate language, personal attacks, or information known or likely to be confidential or false.
- To post a comment, you must use your real name and include your email address. We will publish your name with your comment. It is our policy not to publish your email address. Please do not include your email address, phone number, or other personal information in the text of your comment.
- Authors of articles that are the subject of reader comments will be notified of a pending comment so that they have an opportunity to respond.
- Comments should be limited to 150 words and may be lightly edited for grammar, spelling, syntax, and style.
- The blog editor or other appropriate PCORI staff will make every effort to respond to as many comments as possible, but we regret that we won’t be able to provide individual responses in all cases.
Using Blog Content
Posted: August 31, 2014; Updated: January 4, 2018