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Session Recording from PHA's 2010 9th International PH Conference

Using the Web to Fight Against PH

June 25, 2010 

PHA 2.0 Skill-Building Session panelists - Stu Berwick, Laura D'Anna, Pam Pedersen, Diane GreenhalghPHA 2.0 Panelists: Stu Berwick, Laura D'Anna, Pam Pedersen,
Diane Greenhalgh

The Internet can be a powerful tool in the fight against PH. Learn from PHers about how they have successfully used online tools (Facebook, Twitter, PHA's e-tools for e-Advocacy and personal fundraising pages) to raise awareness about PH and funds - all from the comfort of their computer chairs! Then visit the Fight the Cause Online section to get started.

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Presenter Information

Stuart Berwick, Facebook advocate
Laura D'Anna, DrPH, MPA, Web of Friends fundraiser
Diane Greenhalgh, PHA Director of Web Services
Pam Pedersen, e-Advocate

 

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Actelion Pharmaceuticals US, Inc. Gilead Sciences, Inc. United Therapeutics Corporation Bayer HealthCare
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