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

Words for Wellbeing

June 25, 2010 

Pathlight Fall 2010Important medical research links creative endeavors, such as expressive writing, to reduced symptoms and improved health. This session will provide you with ideas, prompts and tips regarding writing for your own health, as well as guidelines and considerations when writing for Pathlight.

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Presenter Information

Sylvia Earley, volunteer copy editor for Pathlight
Megan Mallory, PHA Publications Manager
Jeannette Morrill, author of Living with Pulmonary Hypertension: 34 Years and Counting…Healing the Mind and Body Through Faith

 

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