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APS Connects - 2020 Annual Members' Meeting - Shared screen with speaker view
Suzanne Segerstrom
36:20
Good to see you all!
Daichi Shimbo
44:17
Wonderful initiatives and plan.
Daichi Shimbo
44:59
CONGRATULATIONS!!!!
Bruce Rollman
45:23
congratulations!!
Suzanne Segerstrom
45:32
Congratulations to new leadership and thanks to outgoing leadership!
Chris Dunkel Schetter
45:50
Thank you John!
Kristi White
46:04
WOOHOO! John's awesome!
Alaa Elnajjar
46:07
Congratulations to everyone !!!1
Daichi Shimbo
46:35
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Bruce Rollman
46:45
thank you John!šŸ˜·
Suzanne Segerstrom
47:36
Degnon, you're all the best. Thank you!
Daichi Shimbo
51:49
yes
Daichi Shimbo
01:02:57
This is a crystal clear presentation - Thank you Dr. Gruenewald.
Dianne
01:03:26
Agreed, thank you for this!
Susan Levenstein
01:05:20
A SUPER presentation!
Joel Dimsdale
01:07:00
Wonderful to see everyone. I have to leave the call to start another meetingā€” giving a lecture
Susan Everson-Rose
01:07:22
Thanks Joel!
Robert-Paul Juster
01:08:30
Very helpful Tara
Kimberly Keiser
01:08:37
That was a great financial presentation - thank you!
John Ruiz
01:09:03
Great job! Thanks Tara
Daichi Shimbo
01:11:41
For a special issues, how about one on COVID19?
Daichi Shimbo
01:12:39
Most of the NEJM and JAMA COVID papers are letters.
Daichi Shimbo
01:12:48
They have been high impact.
Daichi Shimbo
01:13:35
In NYC, we are not seeing the second wave of non-COVID patients that stayed home who are coming in with psychosocial issues and decompensated medical problems.
Daichi Shimbo
01:13:45
*now
Dianne
01:14:08
It seems that the psychosocial/stress 'fallouts' of people's adjustments to Covid will really be playing out in the next few years, down the road a bit, and perhaps the inclusion of COVID papers might be peridocially re-evaluated.
annawhittaker
01:15:03
George your sound is on go slow
Suzanne Segerstrom
01:15:40
If you turn your video off, it can fix the bandwidth issue
Tara Gruenewald
01:18:26
Thank you Membership Committee for all your efforts to streamline joining the society and recruiting new members. Bravo!
Daichi Shimbo
01:22:23
I have a hard stop in a few minutes. Just want to say thank you to leadership.
Suzanne Segerstrom
01:24:08
Another Gandalf reference!
Bruce
01:24:57
699 would have been a record!
Bruce
01:25:05
Vancouver was ~650
Tara Gruenewald
01:26:20
I predict we will top it with our comeback meeting! Thank you Program Committee for all of your work on the 2020 meeting and beyond.
TimothyS_Sannes@DFCI.HARVARD.EDU
01:26:53
Thanks for all of the incredible work and making this meeting and connection happen!
Christopher King
01:27:13
Thanks!
Erin Costanzo
01:27:16
I misspoke slightly - 669, but still a record!
Jennifer Elise Graham-Engeland
01:28:22
I have to sign off for another meeting, but thank you all -- this was great. I'm looking forward to hearing about "APS Collaborates" and other new plans
John Ruiz
01:34:14
Thank you everyone. Great to see you all.
Tara Gruenewald
01:34:43
Thank you for your steady and committed leadership!
Sarah Lyle
01:34:51
Thank you!
Brian Smith
01:34:52
Thanks, everyone!