Yes, over 100 Presentations to different groups

I would like to be know as a retired technologist. My career started as a Flight Surgeon after having graduated in Medicine at the University of Alberta in 1976. In 1981 we settled in the Comox Valley on Vancouver Island and I left the military to start a Family Practice. PC’s were just being produced and Microsoft Windows was going to integrate everything. I wanted an electronic office and bought interest in a start-up software company in Calgary that made an Electronic Patient Records. As my Family Practice grew so did our software company. Over the next 20 years it grew into an International Company and had me traveling across Canada and the US giving papers at many conferences. The topics ranged from patient management, Lab integration, security, and data input. At 55 our two children were well on their way in their own careers and my wife really wanted to get to know me. I retired and sold my medical practice and other business interests. Retirement has many rewards and one of them is being able to produce the , " Tech for Senior" project. We have two shows a week, 500 on-line videos, and a Podcast. This project is growing exponentially and I now have another full time job without pay !!! I work with the greatest people in the world and am having so much fun. Details can be found @ www.techforsenior.com