NETWORKING TOUCH FOR HEALTH

BRIAN BUTLER


1985 CONFERENCE PAPER


1-WE AS INSTRUCTORS NEED TO KEEP IN TOUCH WITH ONE ANOTHER· WE NEED THE ENCOURAGEMENT OF COMRADESHIP WITH EACH OTHER TO KEEP OUR LAMPS BURNING BRIGHT.
2-WE CAN KEEP A CAREFUL WATCH ON OUR CLASS ROSTERS, NOTING THE GEOGRAPHICAL AREA EACH STUDENT COMES FROM, AND MATCH THEM WITH SOMEONE WHO HAS ALREADY TAKEN THE CLASS WITH US OR WITH ANOTHER INSTRUCTOR.
3. ENCOURAGE THOSE WHO HAVE TAKEN A CLASS AND LIVE NEAR EACH OTHER TO MEET FROM TIME TO TIME, AND EVEN THINK ABOUT FORMING A PRACTICE GROUP. PRACTICE GROUPS REALLY WORK· THEY CAN BE HELD IN A DIFFERENT HOME OR AREA EACH TIME· THEY HAVE TO BE HELD OFTEN ENOUGH TO KEEP THE ENTHUSIASM GOING· IT IS ALSO A GOOD PLAN TO KEEP THEM AS INEXPENSIVE AS POSSIBLE· GET THOSE WHO HAVE TAKEN CLASSES TO BRING FRIENDS AND RELATIVES ALONG WHO HAVEN’T SO THAT THEY CAN SEE TOUCH FOR HEALTH IN A GROUP SETTING·
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