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Ensuring quality information

How we make sure our PSC information is accurate, up to date and relevant

Quality Information

Can I trust PSC Support information?

Always. PSC Support's PSC information is based on quality research evidence and best practice.

We understand how important it is to have the right information about PSC. PSC Support is proud to have a robust process in place to ensure we provide only the highest quality PSC information.

We believe it is important to consider the weight and quality of the evidence available, identifying uncertainties and unknowns. We only use recent, relevant and trustworthy evidence sources such as direct research papers from high quality scientific journals that have been approved by leading PSC specialists. We always reference our sources.

The information published by PSC Support is reviewed by people affected by PSC to ensure our information is easy to understand and relevant. It is also reviewed by PSC specialists to ensure accuracy and quality.

Panel members - quality information reviews: Q1 Jan/Feb 2019, Q2 Jan 2020

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