Jeg er i onsdags i New York sammen med 15 øvrige fra syv lande, blev udnævnt til verdensblogger for World Parkinson Colation & World Parkinson Congress Kyoto 2019, Japan.
Hvervet som verdensblogger glæder 3 år frem, med deltagelse i Kyoto, Japan i 2019. Jeg skrev aftalen under i går og der vil snarest fremkomme yderligere informationer.
Jeg er fuldstændig oppe at køre, glad, taknemmelig og hvad man nu skriver. Jeg ved det er provokerende, men jeg har fået et meget bedre liv efter Parkinson på alle måder – er taknemmelig for hver en dag.
Tak til WPC for at vælge mig blandt rigtig mange emner fra hele verden.
May 1, 2017
After reviewing your application, we are pleased to invite you to be a WPC 2019 Blogger Partner for the 5th World Parkinson Congress is to be held in Kyoto, Japan from June 4 – 7, 2019.
Word of mouth is often the most powerful tool to convince someone to attend an event like the World Parkinson Congress. We also know that the community of bloggers in the Parkinson’s space has a unique following and are often trusted members of the community. The term for being an official WPC 2019 Blogger Partner will last through August 2019.
As a WPC Blogger, you will be invited to work with the WPC to help identify interesting topics to blog about leading up to, and during the WPC. You will also be an extension of our Communications Committee and help us to realize our strategic marketing plan.
The WPC 2019 will once again be an international, interdisciplinary forum showcasing the most important developments in the world of Parkinson’s disease (PD). The program will cover medical and scientific research, education and training, best-care initiatives, quality of life issues and more. We hope that our Official WPC Blogger Partners will help us, along with our Organizational Partners, to convey the excitement about, and enthusiasm for the WPC.
Elizabeth “Eli” Pollard
Thanks so much “Eli” – see you in N.Y.
Meet the NEW
WPC Blogger Partners
Meet our new WPC Blogger Partners. Each of them brings their unique perspective on how to navigate life with Parkinson’s disease. We look forward to working with this outstanding group of community bloggers who hail from seven countries.
• Allison Toepperwein
• Sharon Kischer
• Mariette Robijn
• Benjamin Stecher
• Elisabeth Ildal
• Tamami Nose
• Kirk Hall
• Allison Smith
• Heather Kennedy
• Joe Lacy
• Debbie Shapiro
• Bruce Ballard
• Brian Lowe
• Gary Ballenger
• Natasha McCarthy
• Tim Hagueet