NEW AND NOTEWORTHY FROM MAYDAY FELLOWS
Established in 2004 by The Mayday Fund, the Mayday Society Fellowship: A Media and Policy Initiative trained 60 physicians, scientists, pharmacists, nurses, social workers, and legal scholars in the pain management community. The idea was to more effectively communicate their work and raise awareness of improved treatment for acute and chronic pain. The Fellowship stopped accepting applications as of 2016, primarily because it will be taking a different focus online. But please check back for more information on future opportunities, including a new Fellowship, and to see a newly designed website.
SOME MAYDAY FELLOWSHIP BACKGROUND
Several Mayday Fellows were recognized by the Canadian Institute for Human Development, Child and Youth Health (IHDCYH) in their 2014 IHDCYH Talks Video Competition. Marsha Campbell-Yeo received “First Place” for her video on skin-to-skin contact’s power to reduce pain in newborns. Jennifer Stinson was named a “Runner-Up” for her video explaining her “Pain Squad” app to track cancer pain in children using stars from police television series. Christine Chambers received a “Special Mention” for her “It Doesn’t Have to Hurt” video on strategies to deal with pain from needles.
THE FUTURE OF MAYDAY FELLOWS ONLINE
The MaydayFellows.org website will now be heavily researching, investing in, & providing resources within the precious metals markets. Mayday will focus on delivering reliable resources on Gold, Silver, & other precious metals, as a true benefit for investors looking to protect & preserve their retirement wealth!
Stay tuned for more details soon! 🙂