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Blogging, Tweeting, Speaking, Learning: Live from the Healthcare Marketing Strategies Summit by Dan Dunlop Patient Expert Posted Fri 27 Apr 2012 7:01am Beginning Sunday, April 29, 2012, healthcare marketers will descend upon Orlando, Florida for two and a half days of great networking, learning, and sharing. It’s an annual event: The 17th National Healthcare Marketing Strategies Summit – formerly called the National Forum for Customer Based Marketing Strategies (HCMS). The new name is simple ... Read on »
Andy Scott to Speak at ASNB AGM About National Autism Strategy by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Fri 12 Sep 2008 11:32am I had promised my last update about the Autism Society NB AGM on Saturday to be the final notice. However, since then Andy Scott, MP, Fredericton has agreed to speak at the AGM about the National Autism Strategy that Andy has been fighting for in Ottawa. Andy will be there at 1 pm. Again the meeting starts at 1 at Tilly Hall, Room 5, UNB Fre ... Read on »
My Autism Speaks Canada Autism Advocacy Experience - We Still Need A REAL National Autism Strategy by Harold L D. Patient Expert Posted Mon 07 Mar 2011 4:10am I did not, as I had previously hoped, attend in Banff Alberta for the Autism Speaks National Autism Strategy discussions which were taking place during the NeuroDevNet and Autism Research Training (ART) Program first Biennial ART-NeuroDevNet Winter Institute March 2-6. Circumstances, including limited flight options out of Fredericton, did no ... Read on »
The Coalition for a National AIDS Strategy talks about the National HIV/AIDS Strategy and the future by Health & Human Services Posted Mon 23 Aug 2010 12:54pm by Miguel Gomez , AIDS.gov Director Last month I spoke with Chris Collins, Vice President of Public Policy at American Foundation for AIDS Research (amfAR) and David Munar, Vice President of the AIDS Foundation of Chicago about their efforts with the Coalition for a National AIDS Strategy . The Coalition was foun ... Read on »
Mike Huckabee Talks Cure Strategy by Jim Pinkerton Posted Sun 25 Aug 2013 12:00am On his "Huckabee" show on Fox News just now, Mike Huckabee said that we need an Apollo Program against disease, or a Manhattan Project.   He didn't shy away from the issue of federal involvement--saying that yes, the government would have to invest more.   But at the same time, he emphasized that if such investment--coupled with tort re ... Read on »
"Talking Cures" -- The Case for a Serious Medicine Strategy, in National Review, June 21 issue by Jim Pinkerton Posted Fri 11 Jun 2010 12:00am Talking Cures To beat the Left, try beating cancer JAMES P. PINKERTON Republicans are campaigning this year on a pledge to repeal Obamacare — and who can blame them? The Democrats are slathering another layer of bureaucracy onto the medical sector, an act that promises to both to lower the quali ... Read on »
“Adult ADHD Symptoms Or Poor Coping Strategies?”: Gina’s Talks in Marin, Sacramento by GinaPera Posted Sun 17 Apr 2011 12:00am I invite you to join me in the coming weeks at Northern California CHADD meetings (Marin, 4/21; Sacramento, 5/3) to explore this topic: “Adult ADHD Symptoms or Poor Coping Strategies? Clarifying the Confusion for Adults with ADHD and Their Partners.” The public is welcome; the suggested donation for non-CHADD members is $5. He ... Read on »
“Adult ADHD Symptoms Or Poor Coping Strategies?”: Gina’s Talks in Marin, Sacramento by GinaPera Posted Sun 17 Apr 2011 12:00am I invite you to join me in the coming weeks at Northern California CHADD meetings (Marin, 4/21; Sacramento, 5/3) to explore this topic: “Adult ADHD Symptoms or Poor Coping Strategies? Clarifying the Confusion for Adults with ADHD and Their Partners.” The public is welcome; the suggested donation for non-CHADD members is $5. ... Read on »
Let's talk 10k strategy real quick by Christy G. Facebook Posted Fri 13 Jun 2014 10:52pm This will be the third time I have done this particular 10k and maybe my 6th or 7th total and I think every time I run it I whine about the messed up start times.  (see previous post) Since I have not been doing much speed work I am not expecting a PR. Since I have run this race before I know there are a couple of hills and a pretty good uphi ... Read on »
What’s Wright and Wrong about Autism Speaks by Susan S. Patient Expert Posted Wed 15 Jan 2014 10:05pm Tonight I attended a debut of the John Block documentary for Autism Speaks, “Sounding the Alarm.” Mass General Lurie Center for Autism hosted. The film was mostly what I expected — a combination of scientists with findings or inquiries, sometimes frightening, sometimes heartening, folded in with examples of families (very difficultly) living wi ... Read on »