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Permissions The permission to reproduce IS-AIP material must be sought well before the expected publication date of your document. The written requests should contain the following information: 1. Precise citation of the sought document or selection 2. Title and publisher of your publication 3. Means by which your publication will be distributed (ie, included in a book, as a part of your patient education packet, handouts to students, on a CD, or your intranet, etc.)

Permissions are typically granted to reproduce selections of current IS-AIP materials based on the following conditions: 1. Full credit to the source is shown as indicated in the permission granting letter. 2. The information must be reproduced without modification, with the exception of style and format changes. 3. Permission is given for one-time use and does not extend to electronic rights, subsequent editions, or foreign translations. 4. Permission is contingent on payment of a fee of €100.00 per selection.

Permissions are not granted to reproduce IS-AIP material in any of the following circumstances: 1. Use of all or most of a publication  2. Electronic reproduction of material in any form 3. Use of material that is not original with IS-AIP (the original publisher must be contacted) 4. Reproduction of a document that has been withdrawn from circulation

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Foreign Language Translations Permission to translate documents into a foreign language is extended through a written agreement.

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