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Old 17-10-2010, 08:11 PM   #1
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I got this in my email and thought of the folks here....

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Old 17-10-2010, 08:16 PM   #2
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Hey Fred, it's in Quebec city.

You might want to send in a proposal to present there - you could make a slideshow or at least a poster with material from your excellent paper.
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Old 17-10-2010, 08:32 PM   #3
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Jason Silvernail and I may try to co-present here. We just started considering it today.
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I'm already planning on being there...it's jokingly the "family vacation" in 2012.

"Hey kids, remember how you always wanted to go to Quebec City?"

Hey Barrett, I bet that you don't even need to pay for a hotel room, being dead and all.
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We could have a meeting of SS and CPA-PSD!!!

Actually, we could have an "alternative" pre-/post program.

I'm planning on it.

And I'll be attending whatever Barrett and Jason present.

(I went to elementary school in Quebec and have friends there.)

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Diane,

Yeah, a poster maybe. I sure don't have enough material for a course, let alone experience or reputation to fill the course.

Surely I will try to attend this conference of IFOMPT.

I'm sure we could make a presentation as a collective. This could be a good opportunity to get some attention on our ideas.
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Old 18-10-2010, 05:55 PM   #7
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I love this! I get to do two excellent things: visit my favourite Canadian city and finally, finally, get to meet face to face with Barrett, Jason and others here. (Bernard, any chance you'd be here?)
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I will most likely be in Quebec City to present a poster and would be the first to sign up for a pre or post conference course with SS and/or CPA-PSD contributors. I love the idea of a collective presentation including: pain science, ideomotion, DNM, changes in manual therapy.
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Nothing like jumping straight into the ocean from the plane before any practice together as a sky-diving team.

Someone would have to take it on - organize it, shape it, mold it, massage it into a collective contribution. I can't.

It would have to be only SS, not PSD, not officially PSD, anyway - just me with the SS hat on.
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I for one would attend any of the conferences you good people can muster . Considering it's in 2012, it'll give me enough time to save up some dough.
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It would be interesting to see how many of the 1500+ members of CPA-PSD would be interested in attending a SS event. Could we persuade Debbie Patterson to come with her wonderful relaxation cd? She has everything almost ready to do the recording in French--something I really need for work here in Bathurst.

At this point, my only contribution could be a brief presentation on the Stanford self-management programs.

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From the call for workshops, it looks like the ideal candidate to submit the outline would have:

1) a university affiliation
2) multiple publications
3) teaching experience

Who fits this bill?
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