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enGINe October 2010


>>PERSOLINE>>Dear {% subscriber-fullname %},

We are pleased to provide you with the latest issue of enGINe and hope that you will enjoy it.

The newsletter is available both as pdf as well as readable online (by clicking on the titles and links below).

PDF version

July 7, 2010
2.9 MB

Welcome from the new editorial Board

It is my pleasure to take over chairing the editorial team of the enGINe, starting this issue. For now, the team consists of Magali and Stuart who will assure continuance and transfer of good practices. Najoua will continue with putting together the literature overview, which is planned to be taken over by Jako Burgers with time.

We would enthusiastically welcome another volunteer to the team! If you feel like joining us, please do not hesitate to contact me or Magali to let us know about your thoughts and questions.

EnGINe has now been running for 3 years. It has proved invaluable in keeping in touch with the members, as well as a wider audience. It can be accessed also via the website. Many sincere thanks are due to the 1st editorial team, with G-I-N Honorary Patron Najoua Mlika-Cabanne from Paris and past Board member Safia Qureshi from Edinburgh heading the setting up and getting the newsletter going.

To all readers, please contact us with feedback, ideas and suggestions about the enGINe!

Minna Kaila, MD, Adjunct Professor /University of Tampere

G-I-N Vice-Chair and Member of the G-I-N Executive


To volunteer or to find out more about what is involved please contact the G-I-N Executive Officer (Magali Remy-Stockinger)

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