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Re: presenting in toronto

Posted by Dr. Bob on October 15, 2005, at 15:30:40

In reply to Re: presenting in toronto, posted by Dr. Bob on September 3, 2005, at 11:21:52

> > Online Peer Support Groups -- and Support Group Members
> >
> > The Internet empowers patients by connecting them not only to information, but also to each other. This workshop introduces participants to two specific online peer support groups, one small and private, the other large and public. The moderators of the groups explain how the groups function, including what the goals of the groups are, how the group members interact, what topics are discussed, how the moderators moderate, and what the pros and cons of the groups are. The focus of the session, however, is small group discussion with group members about their experiences with this type of resource. In this workshop, in other words, patients are empowered to teach doctors. All participants regroup for concluding questions and answers.
> Since Kali Munro's in Toronto, I was thinking about including her.

OK, she's on board, too, so we would be the moderators, and so far for the small groups we have:

Poet maybe

Before the topic was set, daisym, orchid, and Tamar volunteered, I don't know if they're still interested. I'm supposed to hear back from the Scientific Program Committee by the end of the month...





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