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It’s a technique that employs optical illusion to make an object or person appear:
than it actually is. In short, it manipulates our perspective, based on where each person or object is positioned in relation to each other and the camera.
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What Makes a Key Opinion Leader a KOL?
In 2009, Market Strategies International conducted a research study among a select group of 100 national and regional Key Opinion Leaders. The respondents, themselves, defined a KOL (Key Opinion Leader) according to the following key characteristics:
Regularly sought out by their colleagues for opinions or advice
Speak often at regional or national conferences
Have published articles in a major journal during the past two years
Consider themselves early adopters of new treatments or procedures
Help establish protocols for patient care
If I could a written to my handicap neighbor in medical school, this is what I would say to her.