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Also speaking at the conference will be Jonathan Leighton, PhD. He is is the Executive Director of the Organisation for the Prevention of Intense Suffering, a Swiss think-and-do tank he founded in 2016. OPIS engages in education, advocacy and communication on preventing the suffering of all sentient beings and the promotion of ethical governance. 

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2020 speaker list includes a veteran to the cluster community Bill MingusHe has been active in the online community and was a member of OUCH USA for many years. Considered by many as an expert on the use of oxygen in the management of cluster headache, Bill will share on “Oxygen - Making It Work For You. A Hands On Demonstration and Discussion.”

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Dr. Robert E. Shapiro will be giving an advocacy and oxygen workshop. He is a Professor of Neurological Sciences at the Larner College of Medicine at the University of Vermont, where he is Director of the Division of Headache Medicine and the UCNS Headache Fellowship. He is the Founding President of the Alliance for Headache Disorders Advocacy, the Past President of the Headache Cooperative of New England and serves on the Board of Directors of the American Headache Society®.

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On 9/2/2020 at 10:49 PM, JessNapier said:

Also speaking at the conference will be Jonathan Leighton, PhD. He is is the Executive Director of the Organisation for the Prevention of Intense Suffering, a Swiss think-and-do tank he founded in 2016. OPIS engages in education, advocacy and communication on preventing the suffering of all sentient beings and the promotion of ethical governance. 

I think Jonathan's speech is available to watch for everyone via link on OPIS Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/preventsuffering/posts/3298997980180432

This is the cluster headache project we are also carrying on in Finland.

 

 

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