#FightDPS – Fight Disassociated Patient Syndrome – Check out the video (http://bit.ly/fightDPS)

Last week I spent a good few hours in the car listening to the radio. Instead of my usual diet of CSPAN I was listening to a music station from Chicago. One ad that came up frequently on the radio was an ad for a medical condition: Shift Work Syndrome” I am sure you can google this and find out which pharma company is behind you talking to your doctor about a new miracle drug that will overcome the sleepiness you feel after taking the drug that overcomes your “can’t sleep syndrome.” Anyway, I digress…..

The point is the ad got me thinking. There is a much more common ailment that afflicts everyone that comes in contact with the Health Care system. A condition that afflicts both patients and medical professionals. It is a condition that drives much of the discussion that we have at HealthCamp (http://healthca.mp).??

Which reminds me…. Are you coming to HealthCampRDU in Durham, NC this Friday May 14th? Over 100 people have already signed up at??http://healthcamprdu.eventbrite.com. There are just a few tickets left. You can get more details at??http://healthcamprdu.org

…Back to the point of this post. Yes, there is a point! I have been asked to update a video to show @HealthCampRDU. I have produced a number of these for other HealthCamps. You can see them on my YouTube Channel:??http://www.youtube.com/ekivemark. So, while I was setting about updating the video those Medical Condition Ads kept popping in to my mind and I realized that HealthCamp has been fighting a more prevalent Medical Condition: Disassociated Patient Syndrome (DPS). You may well have DPS and not even know it. Find out more by checking out the Ad on YouTube

If you want to send this to your friends on Twitter or Facebook you can use the bit.ly short URL:??http://bit.ly/fightDPS

Spread the word! Get involved with HealthCamp and help us fight DPS.
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