On March 15-17, 2009, the Parkinson’s Activity Network (PAN) held the 2009 Research & Public Law Online Forum at the L’Enfant Plaza Resort in Washington, D.C.
The 2009 Online forum gave 2 days of advocacy training leading up to a final day of lobbying Members of Congress on Capitol Hill. Forum participants found out about PAN’s 2009 legal schedule, the problems essential to the Parkinson’s area, and also saw first-hand the power of campaigning for.
The Discussion forum supplies an unique chance for individuals to discover the most recent clinical advancements in Parkinson’s disease research and engage with others in the Parkinson’s community. This event of PAN advocates as well as leaders in the Parkinson’s area connects new PAN advocates with those who are active in grassroots advocacy work year-round.
Webcast Please click on this link to access the homepage 2009 frying pan Discussion forum webcast.
Online forum Papers
1 – Forum Schedule
2 – 2009 Legal Requests
3 – House NETPR Funding Letter
4 – House NETPR Signed Precious Colleague
5 – Senate NETPR Funding Letter
6 – Us Senate NETPR Authorized Beloved Colleague
7 – NETPR Article
8 – Computer Registry Bill Recap
9 – Windows Registry Beloved Colleague
10 – Caucus Listing One Pager-111th Congress
Discussion forum Follow-up
Visit this site to access the 2009 PAN Online forum Follow Up page.
This program is made possible partially by a meeting assistance grant awarded from as well as carried out by the Telemedicine & Advanced Modern Technology Proving Ground (TATRC) of the U.S. Army Medical Research & Materiel Command (USAMRMC), Honor # W81XWH-09-1-0022. Click here to see our 2009 Discussion forum Enrollers.