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Pediatric Sedation Research Consortium

The Pediatric Sedation Research Consortium is an organization of hospitals and universities dedicated to understanding and improving the process of pediatric sedation and sedation outcomes for all children.

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Pediatric Sedation Listserv Information and Guidelines

Thank you for participating in the Pediatric Sedation Listserv. This listserv is sponsored by the Society for Pediatric Sedation® (SPS) and is intended to cover all topics pertinent to the practice of sedating pediatric patients and encourages the participation of all types of medical providers and persons interested in improving the sedation of children. The ultimate goal of this list is to improve sedation practice. To ensure the best possible experience for all listserv members, we have established some basic guidelines for participation.

By joining and using this e-mail list, you agree that you have read and will follow the rules and guidelines set for this discussion group. You also agree to reserve list discussions for topics best suited to the medium. This is a great medium with which to solicit the advice of your peers, benefit from their experience, and participate in an ongoing conversation.

Please take a moment to acquaint yourself with these important guidelines. If you have questions, contact the list manager noted in your welcome instructions. In order to preserve a climate that encourages both civil and beneficial dialogue, SPS reserves the right to suspend or terminate membership on all lists for members who violate these rules.

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