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I don't know that it would be realistic for me to organize something of that nature this spring or summer. I don't really have any good connections in Indianapolis but wouldn't mind making a few. I will contact you the next time I roll through Indy so that maybe we could meet and discuss possibilities of putting together some educational opportunities in the future
The alternative medicine seminar was not difficult to organize. Basicly, I invited creditable people from popular alternative therapies to do hour long lectures. I booked a space that had equipment to allow videos and powerpoints to be shown. I tried to focus on obtaining speakers that had a traditional medical degree but had chose to incorporate alternative medicine in their practice....the seminar was mostly geared towards RNs but I think that it would something that would easily suited to the general public.
Sarah Weaver, RN www.fullcirclesb.com
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