~UPDATE~ THANKS SO MUCH TO EVERYONE WHO RESPONDED, WOW, SUCH LOVELY PEOPLE!
I THINK I HAVE ENOUGH VOLUNTEERS AT THE MOMENT, BUT FEEL FREE TO BE IN TOUCH AS BACK-UPS MAY BE NEEDED IF ANY OF THESE CASES FALL THROUGH FOR WHATEVER REASON.
Hi all – As some of you may know, I’m studying naturopathy and nutrition, and this semester I need to find 5 clients for clinical practice assessments. This will require volunteers to fill out an extensive health history and undergo a 60-90 minute consultation with me. In exchange, I am happy to offer each volunteer a free full consultation once I am practicing next year (💃woohoo!) But for now, I’ll be looking for:
• 3 people here in the Nelson area for face-to-face consults -one with a digestive issue.
• 1 person taking at least 2 prescription or over-the-counter medications –online consult is fine.
• 1 person with a chronic condition (such as cardiovascular disease, osteoporosis, dysmenorrhea, benign prostatic hyperplasia, etc.) -online consult is fine with this case as well.
Feel free to pass this along or tag someone you think might be interested💚I need all the help I can get spreading the word, especially for the in-person consults as I’ve recently relocated to Nelson and don’t have a lot of contacts here yet😅…thanks all!
"When it comes to New Zealand sport, money breeds unhappiness"
Kevin Norquay is Stuff's Chief News Director (Sport). A journalist since 1985, he has worked as a sports, news and political journalist, covered three OIympic Games and three elections as well as numerous other major events. He also has the distinction of once being described as a disgrace to western journalism by Winston Peters.
Kevin will lead the discussion on the role of sports in New Zealand culture - how professional sport has sucked money and elite athletes out of community sport, how that money has put untoward mental and physical pressure on athletes and how the news media has followed the money, leaving community sports behind.
Venue: Yaza Café, Montgomery Square
Date: Wednesday, 28 April
Time: 7.30-9.30pm (meals & drinks available from 6pm)
More info: Barry 544 0409; Bryan 548 0343; Karen 5486241
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