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Re: [IPu] Planning a Survey ... continued 19/3



Hi Alan,
Mmmm ..... I did think this mightn't be a bad side effect !
Janette
----- Original Message -----
From: "Alan Reed" <email @ redacted>
To: <email @ redacted>
Sent: Tuesday, March 25, 2003 11:14 AM
Subject: Re: [IPu] Planning a Survey ... continued 19/3


> Jannette,
> You are welcome to use IP-AUS for replies to the survey as it would help
us
> to become more of an on-going operation. It could help us to grow to a
> viable size.
> Alan Reed
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Janette Dunn" <email @ redacted>
> To: <email @ redacted>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2003 8:56 PM
> Subject: [IPu] Planning a Survey ... continued 19/3
>
>
> > Hi Everyone,
> >
> > Tori
> > I would really appreciate you getting onto Kate Gilbert (RealityCheck) I
> > haven't spoken to her in ages.  and your site would be good.
> > Doris
> > Thanks for the phone numbers for:
> > Dr Richard Simpson at Box Hill Hospital
> > Cheryl Steele at Royal Melbourne
> > Dr Neale Cohen at the Diabetes Insitute
> >
> > Today I:
> > - emailed Michael Robinton from IP to ask about a survey.  (I recall the
> IP
> > system strips attachments). Someone on the US site did a survey and I
> think
> > they got people to email them off line.  I may be able to set up a page
> (or
> > something) for the survey online ... depends on "No 1 Husband" ... no I
> don't
> > have other husbands  ... he's just very good  (as in No 1) !!
> >
> > - left messages at Minimed and Medical Specialties Australia to check on
> their
> > lobbying so far.
> > Vicki Trench and John Douglas are back in Sydney, Thursday and Friday.
> >
> > - Rang HEROC (Human Rights and Equal Opportunity Tribunal) and the
> Disability
> > Discrimination Legal Centre.  Not good news I'm afraid ... told there
are
> some
> > exceptions / holes in the Discrimination Act, where Governments provide
> > "special measures" ... like NDSS.  This is because of ... you guessed it
> !!!
> > COST ISSUES !!!  It seems that Governments can decide to pay for a range
> of
> > things that are helpful to "most" people with a disability (not all).
> Still
> > have to double check the www.humanrights.gov.au web page for
disabilities,
> > there may be an issue still with the AAT (Administrative Appeals
> Tribunal).
> > (I had secretly thought we could just go and "prove our case" with HEROC
> and
> > get things paid for .... no such luck) !!!
> >
> > - rang Rhonnda Purtell (Manager NDSS) to ask about the agreement for
NDSS
> and
> > how it operates.  Read the 46 pages and made some notes.
> >
> > I'd LOVE LOT'S MORE CONTACTS FOR HOSPITALS / EDUCATORS etc (names, email
> > address or phone numbers).  IF YOU KNOW ANY  PLEASE FORWARD ....
> >
> > I suspect that many Pump Users aren't "on the net" like us and will need
> to be
> > issued with surveys via Diabetes Units at Hospitals.
> >
> > Thanks for all the good feedback,
> >
> > Warm wishes and keep Pumping.
> >
> > Janette
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