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    Got some good gems from Diane's course. Thought you fine folk might enjoy the read.

    http://zaccupples.com/2014/05/21/cou...uromodulation/

    Best,

    Zac

  • #2
    Zac, thanks for a refreshing approach to conveying your thoughts/ideas after a course is done.
    It should happen more often!!

    Nari

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    • #3
      Zac writes the best reviews on things - full of entertaining pictures, his humorous take on it all, plus the actual gist of it.. be sure to read all his reviews.

      Thanks again Zac, for coming, for the great book (A Primate's Memoir), for putting up with my poor face recognition.
      Diane
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      • #4
        Zac, you are my new favorite blogger. You write such great notes. Thanks for sharing this. I'm putting it up on my FB page.

        Hope you'll be at the pain science conference in Feb. It would be lovely to meet the man behind these wonderful articles.

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        • #5
          I linked this to my Facebook page as well.

          Everyone should.
          Barrett L. Dorko

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          • #6
            Zac,

            Great post/review. I took Diane's course about a year ago and I was due for a refresher

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            • #7
              Just excellent. So well done sir!

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              • #8
                I agree with Adam who posted on the comments ---best course notes i have read ...The information 'sticks' as it has humour , is well spaced out, has images and explanatory language which is easy to understand .............Only thing the image linking to the supraclavicular technique looks like the start of beheading ...I am sure it changes when you play the video!!

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