Ron Davis said, “I would like to use it as a teaching tool, to have medical students read it and ask them, ‘How many things can you find wrong with this study?’” (https://www.statnews.com/2016/09/21/chronic-fatigue-syndrome-pace-trial/) This free online course on the Design and Interpretation of Clinical Trials by Johns Hopkins University starts on July 16 and you can enroll now and get access to the study materials. https://www.coursera.org/learn/clinical-trials The syllabus includes a week on Outcomes and Analysis, focusing on a key design issue - selecting the primary outcome. One of the discussion prompts is, "Tell us about outcomes in a clinical trial you know about." Another week is on Reporting Results. One of the discussion prompts is, "Your experience with incomplete trial reporting." There is a discussion forum where you can discuss with other students. Looking at the reviews, you can see that students include doctors, nurses, clinical trials coordinators, and people who work in public health. This could be an opportunity to use PACE as a teaching/learning tool among these professionals, in the course of which will also raise awareness of how it has impacted ME/CFS. There might be limited interaction with the course instructors and assistants. What do you all think? Does anyone have the energy and interest to participate?