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I am not alone!

A couple of promising things have happened in the past week.  Thanks to google alerts I have found two other GC bloggers! Although their sites are more personal and less professionally focused, I’m thrilled to see  Rachel in Montreal and Andrea in New York online. If there are others out there, please contact me.  I love the idea of a well-developed network of GCs representing our voice online.

Secondly, I became the newest member of the “Horizon Scan Workgroup,” a CAGC task force with the mission of identifying and reporting on emerging areas of practice for GCs in Canada. I’m excited about this new role, and looking forward to seeing what develops.

5 comments on “I am not alone!

  1. Kelly
    January 11, 2009

    Hey there, I’ve been following your blog for a bit. I enjoy reading your posts (and Sean’s).

    I do have a blog but it’s not as focused on GCing/genetics as yours is. Mine’s more about being deaf in a hearing world, my thoughts on considering a CI, every day life, and I do blog about genetics every once in a while. I try to label my posts so that those who are interested in a specific topic can skip through all my random blabbing.


    How’s life as a GC going for you?

  2. alliejanson
    January 11, 2009

    Kelly! Thank you so much for letting me know. I will definitely be following you– your unique perspective provides us all with some refreshing insight.

    I will be in touch with you soon….

  3. andreadawn
    January 12, 2009

    Hi, Allie,

    Nice to see more of my GC sisters (and occasional brethren) out there. I don’t talk about counseling very often on my blog, but maybe you’ll inspire me to speak out more. Happy new year!


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