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ADSHG Newsletter 112 - June 2013

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Addison's Disease Self Help Group newsletter, issue 112, June 2013

 

The most important message in this issue is here on the front page: we want everyone to participate in our emergency survey! In a new venture for the group, the questionnaire is a web-based format, using software provided by SurveyMonkey. This has the advantages of being much cheaper than a printed questionnaire, and means we get instant updates on the running totals as more people log in to take part.

 

Page 1: Front page
Listening to our members: emergency survey
Online emergency survey

 

Page 2: From the President
About the money

 

Pages 3-4: Recent news
About the emergency survey
Ambulance registration: why it's important
News from Dublin
Problems with NHS emergency care: is it a crisis?
London ambulance invites us in

 

Pages 5-6: Medical awareness raising
ADSHG at the Harrogate endocrine conference
Letter writing for nursing awareness

 

Pages 7-9: 2013 AGM
Chair's remarks
Treasurer's report
Webmaster's report
Members' feedback

 

Page 9: Home and away
Specialist endocrine care: BMJ publishes our views

 

Pages 10-12: Personal experience
Jack's comeback
Ambulance registration: a good news story

 

Page 13: Fundraising report
Ian's £undraising update
Travelling light

 

Pages 14-15: Social reports
Jan's social corner
Regional meetings

 

Page 16: Back page
Reminders
Subscriptions




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The Addison’s Disease Self-Help Group is the support group for people with Addison’s disease or adrenal insufficiency and their families in the UK and Ireland.The group was formed in 1984 and is a UK registered charity no. 1179825.

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