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Anna De Jonge of the Patients Rights Advocacy (Waikato Inc) advises:
Our next education day will be Sunday 17 August, 2008.
at the Hamilton Garden, Cobham Drive Hamilton. Starting at 9.30 am.
We are showing International Center for the Study of Psychiatry and Psychology Conference, “The Conscience of Psychiatry” DVDs 2006.