August 07, 2007

Pregnancy & Lupus: Tomorrow's Webchat Focus

Morning all … Wick Davis back again, pulling blogging duty. You may recall I work on the LFA’s Website. Wanted to give you a quick reminder about this month’s Webchat.

Tomorrow afternoon, Wednesday, August 8, at 3 p.m. EDT, Dr. Rosalind Ramsey-Goldman, a Professor of Medicine at Northwestern University in Illinois, will host a Webchat on Pregnancy & Lupus. As you know, lupus affects women nine times more often than men, and most commonly manifests itself during the childbearing years. For that very reason, you’ll want to participate in this chat. It should be an interesting discussion.

You can log in to the chat here.

View our schedule of upcoming chats here.

Transcripts of all Webchats are posted online within 24 hours of the chat. You can view the transcript archive here.

As you might imagine, we do some marketing for these Webchats: via email, on, thru Facebook and MySpace as well as thru some other avenues. What has been intriguing about this particular Webchat is the interest from the international community. So far, we've received advanced questions from Beirut, Lebanon; Cape Town, South Africa; Michoacan, Mexico; and San Juan, Puerto Rico. No idea if the topic has something to do with that, but it is very interesting.

In any event, we hope to see you at tomorrow's chat, or at a future one.

No comments: