hwebb wrote:jimmylegs - I think a video is an excellent idea. There are a few doctors in the world with expertise in this area. To roll this expertise out efficiently, they need to train others to perform and interpret Dopplers and MRV's (train-the-trainer). I know the papers are available, and an "easy read" guide to performing Dopplers has been produced - but there's nothing like seeing it done.
Of course it would be best for professionals to attend the workshop...but it's impractical for professionals in the Southern Hemisphere (think Australia, NZ and alike) to fly to Canada for an afternoon of demonstrations and training. We're talking more than 24 hrs travel each way!
If you have contacts who will be at this workshop...please please please convince them to take a video !
Dr Haacke...I hope you're reading. You can get rid of the avalanche of pesky enquiries with a lovely video demonstration.
Bobbi wrote:I have made a contact with the Hamilton Spectator, the local newspaper. They are interested in knowing more about the workshop. Haacke's website has been the same for the passed week.
Does anyone have inside information?? or are things still being planned?
Some one please advise me.
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