Myths and Realities of Exercising Post-Breast-Cancer-Surgery, by Cynthia Shechter October 2013


Cynthia Shechter is an Occupational Therapist who earned her masters degree in occupational therapy at New York University. She has devoted her clinical practice to Breast Cancer and Lymphedema rehabilitation as well as hand/upper extremity therapy. Cynthia previously launched a Breast Cancer and Lymphedema rehabilitation program at a private facility in New Jersey and has now opened ShechterCare, a facility devoted in its entirety to treating individuals who have had surgery due to breast cancer and/or lymphedema. Cynthia has lectured on the topic of Breast Cancer Rehabilitation and Lymphedema to several Cancer groups in the community as well as to different physicians’ groups. Her main focus is on educating her patients on the management of Lymphedema and enabling them to return to their regular lifestyle. Cynthia is dedicated to increasing the awareness of the medical community to the benefits rehabilitation can have on patients following Breast Cancer surgery. more………

http://lymphaticnetwork.org/news-events/myths-and-realities-of-exercising-post-breast-cancer-surgery

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The Myths and Realities of Online Education


The Myths and Realities of Online Education.

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It’s Only a Matter of Time: Clock Hours vs. Competency


Whitney Lowe, LMT

What does it mean to be competent and why is this so important? While there is no generally accepted definition of competency, there are key components that should guide the emerging movement of competency-based education (CBE). ……..More link below

http://www.ijtmb.org/index.php/ijtmb/article/view/234

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Sufi Symposium


http://www.australiansuficentre.org/

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Webinars for 2014


Triam Education webinars – 2014 see events page

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Fast Food Facts


Just give me the FACTS!

The 2013 FACTS about fast food nutrition and marketing to children and teens. From the Yale Rudd Centre

http://www.fastfoodmarketing.org/

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Crayons Down. Now Dig Into That Healthful Parfait.


The 22 children in a Head Start class in East Harlem shopped for plastic carrots and tomatoes at their own version of a New York City green cart, counted backward from five with a picture of blueberries, and jumped up and down to a song about bananas. more…..

http://www.nytimes.com/2013/11/14/nyregion/before-children-can-even-spell-teaching-them-healthier-eating.html?emc=edit_tnt_20131113&tntemail0=y&_r=0

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