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South Queensland.

This year is about to come to a close and a fresh new year about to start. What plans/projects do you have or are you about to embark on? For me personally it will be a continuation of my studies in Complementary Medicine, which will once again make it a very hectic year.

Back in September I was provided with a taste of what a hectic life consisted of when I attended the ATMS AGM. Despite having to fly in and out on the same day, which unfortunately left me with little opportunity to meet many of you who attended, I thoroughly enjoyed the day and highly recommend you note the 2013 AGM as an important date to remember. Not only is it a fantastic opportunity to network with other practitioners from around Australia, but also because of the inspiring and informative seminars held throughout the day.

One of these seminars, 'Convening with Nature', presented by Teresa Mitchell Paterson, has also been featured as one of the first webinars offered by ATMS. Webinars are very useful tools, especially for those in regional and remote areas as they remove the necessity for travel, which I understand is a key issue for many of you. Be sure to check the website for any more dates that may be coming available.

On a final note, Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you, your family and friends. I wish you every success in each of your businesses for 2013.

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Title Annotation:State News; Australian Traditional Medicine Society
Author:Cooper, Amy
Publication:Journal of the Australian Traditional-Medicine Society
Article Type:Brief article
Geographic Code:8AUQU
Date:Dec 1, 2012
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