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AZ 22 15

“Oh my, where do I begin? I really enjoyed the maternal health tract and will take the information back to my patients; really found Emily Rich’s presentation full of practical
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AZ 22 14

“All of the information was incredibly informative and useful. I plan to share with others the opportunity the society has to learn and encourage attendance and involvement in the future,
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AZ 22 13

“I learnt about scientific research sources I can use in my Bachelor dissertation about EDS. Thank you for that.”
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AZ 22 12

“As a patient and patient advocate as well as a public health professional, many areas touched on during the GLC2022 are applicable across multiple conditions and various patients. I plan
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AZ 22 11

“As a pediatrician, I am able to recognize when to assess for EDS and how to approach treatment and care for patients and their parents. As a parent of two
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AZ 22 10

“I have a better understanding of what patients with EDS and hEDS go through in the medical system with limited resources and specialists who understand their condition and can help
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AZ 22 9

“Amazing fellow speakers and I learned a lot about ergonomics and positional changes affecting joints.”
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AZ 22 8

“I thought the Society did a great job of making the hybrid event valuable to both virtual and in-person presenters and attendees. There were many places that fostered networking and
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AZ 22 7

“To be back in person meeting colleagues and the community is invaluable.”
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AZ 22 6

“I learned a lot from other speakers that is directly relevant to my work including managing dysautonomia, self-regulation, and mental health therapeutic techniques.”
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