Panel of experts shared knowledge and expertise with the students and highlighted different challenges and strategies.
What does POE stand for?
POE stands for Panel of Experts
This definition appears frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
See other definitions of POE
We have 119 other meanings of POE in our Acronym Attic
- Principles Of Database Systems
- Packet Over DSL
- Parametric Optical Design Tools (software)
- Peripheral Organ Distribution Volume
- Provincial Office on Domestic Violence (Canada)
- Potential-Optimized Discrete Variable Representation
- Pirates of Dark Water (game)
- Plague of Digital Warfare (gaming)
- Penn-Ohio DX (Distance) Society (amateur radio group)
- Paid Owned Earned Media (marketing)
Samples in periodicals archive:
Rejecting a Sri Lankan demand to keep a report by a panel of experts secret, the United Nations on Friday said the report would soon be published in full without changes, and accompanied by recommendations on the next steps to be taken.
Despite this evidence, a panel of experts commissioned by the Food and Drug Administration recommended that this group of patients should continue taking the medications.
We have assembled a panel of experts to answer your questions live from 11am on Wednesday.
A panel of experts from Park National Bank, LaSalle Street Securities and Inverness Realty Advisors will explain and examine strategic uses of 1031 exchanges as well as tenants-in-common (TICs) ownership structures.
But Waxman reversed himself after a panel of experts - including members he appointed - said building and operating a subway under Wilshire's dangerous gas zones would be pose no greater risk than other subways in the United States.
Validity (both content validity and construct validity) of the instrument was provided through the logical analysis of the survey instrument by a panel of experts (Hailer & Klein, 2001 p.
According to a panel of experts appointed by the British government's Medical Research Council, an unborn child "may be able to feel pain as early as 20 weeks into pregnancy, a finding that suggests pain relief should be considered for the 2,500 extremely premature babies born each year who may be subjected to painful procedures," reported the August 29th Sydney Morning Herald.