♦ Journal Club is not a replacement for clinical conclusion and expert medical decision-making.
♦ This Journal Club is intended for use only as an educational aid.
♦ Use the desktop app for meetings and calls rather than the web version, since the web version of Teams is not as feature-rich as the desktop app.
♦ Presenter should check the audio and video settings before joining and get familiar with audio/video equipment to operate the meeting successfully.
♦ Presenter should open the camera. It should be at the same level as your head, not on the far below or above. Find a stable place for your camera and avoid moving it around.
♦ Presenter should use headphones or a headset with a microphone in order to eliminate echoes and background noise
♦ Presenter should find a location with a strong WiFi to avoid any disconnection.
♦ Presenter should introduce himself when start presenting.
♦ To ask a question: Use the Chat Box at any time or use “Raise Hand” feature when you have the opportunity to speak. The volume of questions may prevent a personal response to your question.
♦ To make a comment: Use “Raise Hand” Feature and The moderator will call you to speak when possible
♦ Attendees should remember that the primary goal is not to critique the article, but rather to engage of discussions around the value of available evidence to theory and practice.
♦ Ensure that your microphone is muted. Only unmute if you have been given the floor to speak. After you have finished, please mute your microphone again.
♦ Attendees should turn off video to improve the performance. You can turn on the video if you are invited to speak.
♦ Attendees should stay on mute when you are not talking. If background noise is an issue, mute those on the call who are not talking.
♦ If you lose sound or video, refresh the browser window or log out and reconnect to the meeting via link sent by the coordinator.
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