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Presentation ZIO covering topics such as:
- Primary care development
- Funding and activities of ZIO
- Blue Care concept
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Presentation on collaboration models Primary Care and Hospital Care
... weather was fantastic, sunny and hot most of the time we were there. Most days started with breakfast and soon followed by '1 before 11am or 11 before 1pm'. Drinking started early to get us ready for our day of drinking, dancing and enjoying the atmosphere of the festival. When vodka funnels were a good idea the whole group were highly entertained by Dan the solider, Dan the drummer and stand up whilst sleeping guy.
85,000 people were at ...
... to go, but maybe we took it a bit further than required. Joel, Besty and me took it in turns to lead through a group, stepping over as many people as possible, stepping in between legs and over peoples heads, occassionally passing back through once we had already been through, changing direction mid-group. Stepped it up by stepping through groups that no-one was even sitting near! Most people thought it was funny, others not so much. Kept us occupied and hysterics ...
... up around 12 to my roommate's friend walking in my room showing me her outfit. It was so outrageous and I loved it. My roommate went all out. Wings and everything. Looked a bit like a street walker but I loved it. The dress code/theme was all white. You had to wear a white top and white bottom or you wouldn’t be let in. they weren’t messing around either. Even if you had a valid ticket they wouldn’t let you in if you weren’t in white. so Friday I ...
... to London to visit my former roommate from graduate school, Steve, who had invited us to celebrate New Year’s eve with him and his Spanish girlfriend, Johanna. Travelling more during our break from travelling was not foreseen, but it would have been a pity to miss out on this opportunity. Moreover, I shamefully had never been to London, so I could finally fill this gap in my travel record.
Next (unexpected) stop: ...