Just a reminder, the Summit is half-way through now, and I know some of you like developing your own stockpile of resources. Not only are the sessions available for download but most come with a variety of "free gifts" -- even some PDF books. Here's the link again, if you need it.
When the Summit concludes I'll post a list of topics and speakers -- it's about 2/3 of the way through now, so it'll be another few days I expect. Unfortunately, there wasn't an initial list of such things before it commenced. People wanting to check out specific items should then contact me by private message, to preserve "copyright" -- "private research or study". The speakers aren't "heavyweight academic clinicians" but probably worthwhile, and there's certainly a broad range of topics, likely to appeal to a broad range of people.