Thanks Bob - actually I have never left AMED and have indeed been a member since the 1980s when Marguerite Greatorex?? used to run meetings at the Polytechnic of Central London. What I have never done before is signed onto the AMED website. This post certainly ages me. And latterly I find myself increasingly citing Mark Twain: "I have nothing against retirement, so long as it does not interfere with my work."
Yes I do find it hard to navigate. Apparently my article is on it somewhere but I can't see how to find it, although David McAra is attempting to help me. When does the full virtual publication come out?
One month in though, and I'm confused about how to ensure I see what's going on. I've yet to receive any form of notification or email from the network, although I guess there has been stuff happening.
My issue is that I don't have the time to remember to login or search, but rather need to set up notifications for the areas that interest me. How do I do that?
Hello Bob, I think I have just added my photo. What is my membership number? So I can log in? Also, is there a chance I could share within the network information about a non-commercial event we are organising in Washington DC - Peer Coaching Summit. If yes, how do I go about sharing within the network? Kindest regards Ewa
Hi, Bob and thanks for the welcome. I was a member of Stacey's first DMan cohort, earning the degree in 2003, so very much a disciple. I'm looking forward to participating in what the AMED community has to offer, and hope I can contribute in some way. I don't have any decent recent or informal photos, but I'll update my profile with a traditional "empty suit" image that isn't too old.
I cannot see where to access the article I contributed. You'll need to help me here. Thanks. I'll post a photo in due course, although there is one attached to my piece I believe. I'm content for you to use that one... Thanks, Robert