[ASC-list] Interested in learning more about e-publishing? ViC AMWA networking evening

L.E. Ohman Leohman1 at bigpond.net.au
Wed Sep 24 06:19:46 UTC 2014


Posted on behalf of the Australasian Medical Writers Association

 

Please join us for the AMWA Vic October 2014 networking event

 

An author’s experience: publishing in print and e-book

 

When: Wednesday 1 October at 6pm

Where: Embiggen Books, 197-203 Lt Lonsdale Street, Melbourne.

Hear:  Dr Sanjiva Wijesinha whose books – Health for Busy People, Live Happily Ever After, Stories of the Silk Roads, Friends, Not Our War and Strangers on the Camino have been published as e-book and print editions.

 

Entry is free. Continue the discussion at Wood N Chimney, Level 3  Melbourne Central.  Dinner at menu prices.

 

For information and to RSVP for dinner booking, email:  L.E. Ohman at pdp at medicalwriters.org or  Marissa at marissa at medicalwriters.org  or Jacinta at membership at medicalwriters.org

 

 

Our speaker

Dr Wijesinha is a Family Physician, an Associate Professor at the Department of General Practice at Monash University and a Major in the Royal Australian Army Medical Corps.

 

He graduated from the University of Ceylon in Sri Lanka, completed a research degree as a Commonwealth scholar at Oxford University in England and trained as a paediatric surgeon in Sri Lanka and the UK. For 12 years he served as a surgeon in the Sri Lankan Army reserve and a paediatric surgeon in Sri Lanka and Hong Kong before moving to Australia in 1996 and retraining as a family physician.

 

Married to Dr Chitra Wijesinha and father of two children Shivantha and Menaka, he now lives in Melbourne.



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L.E. Ohman, PhD
Freelance medical writer and editor

Australasian Medical Writers Association Professional Development Program Officer
0408 318 907
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