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Letter from the President Dear Section Members, PRECONFERENCE COURSE As you read this letter the holiday season will be upon us and another year will have just about disappeared. It TITLE: Pulmonary Rehabilitation: From the Fundamentals seems that time continues to pass more quickly with each of Rehabilitation of Patients with Pulmonary year. As I am writing this letter, fall has just begun and the Disease to the Development of a Program Across leaves are beginning to change into their beautiful bright All Practice Settings red and gold colors. There is comfort in the dependability DATE: Monday February 9, 2009 of the changes of the seasons amidst the turmoil of hurri- canes, and economic challenges our country faces. SPEAKERS: Rebecca Crouch PT, MS, CCS Ellen Hillegass PT, EdD, CCS, FAACVPR I would like to acknowledge Jane Eason, PT, PhD who has been the Editor of our Cardiopulmonary Physical EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMMING Therapy Journal for the past 7 years. Jane was instrumental Topics include objective measures for the cardiovascu- in getting our Journal online, and has worked very hard to lar and pulmonary patient, promoting health and fitness for continue to improve the content of our Journal. She also obese adults, the diffuse effects of diabetes and its implica- has begun the process of applying to get our Journal listed tions for physical therapists, the 2008 cardiovascular and on Medline. Despite having to deal with extensive damage pulmonary research update, fitness/aerobic endurance test- to her home and all the difficulties she faced in the after- ing, and the usefulness of cardiovascular and pulmonary math of Hurricane Katrina, Jane saw to it that our Journal diagnostic imaging. was published on time. That is a testimony to her dedica- Check the on-site program for dates, times, and locations. tion and the dedication of our Section members who so willingly stepped in to help Jane. I will miss working with LINDA CRANE LECTURE Jane as it has been a pleasure to get to know her, and I wish her all the best as she embarks on new endeavors. I am TITLE: The Patient Puzzle: Piecing it Together hoping that Jane won’t go very far however! Thank you, SPEAKER: Mary Massery, PT, DPT Jane, for a job very well done. Anne K. Swisher, PT, PhD, Check the program for the date, time and location CCS is our new Editor and she and
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