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You are asked to participate to an online survey organized by the Belgian Society of Internal Medicine.  If you decide to participate, you will be asked to give a score to a series of listed items that each represent a recommendation of what NOT to do in internal medicine.  You will also have the occasion to add a supplementary item to the list, and to give it a score as well.
The listed items represent the recommendations made by other societies of internal medicine, as indicated at the top of each page. Your priority score reflects whether you consider this recommendation to be of high or low priority in clinical practice.

Participation to the survey may take about ten minutes of time.

The goal of this survey is to help creating a Belgian 'top 5 list of things NOT to do in internal medicine', based on the ranking of all scored items.  This list will be then compared to other European 'choosing wisely lists' on a meeting with a working group of the European Federation of Internal Medicine (EFIM). The survey will close on July 31st, 2017 at 23.59 PM.
 
In case you should have any question concerning this survey, you can send an e-mail to:patrick.lacor@uzbrussel.be

Privacy disclaimer
No personal information will be gathered, except whether you are a certified specialist in internal medicine or a related discipline, or a trainee in internal medicine.  The handling of the data will be totally anonymously, no back tracing to individual participants will be possible.  Participation is voluntary.  Participating or not will not be of any influence on your professional career.

Approval for this survey was given by the Ethical Committee of the UZ Brussel.

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