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Re: st: Re: Need someone to teach short courses

From   Ted Anagnoson <>
Subject   Re: st: Re: Need someone to teach short courses
Date   Fri, 26 Oct 2007 15:04:22 -0700

gee, it's too bad I am not a biological/epidemiological person - glad to hear from you but not that you are not well.

Get better so we can teach again together!!! hahahahaaha


At 05:51 PM 10/26/2007 -0400, you wrote:

I am scheduled to teach a short course in Singapore in mid November
(Nov19-21, but can be shorter or longer upon discussion with company). The subject is
open, but relates to using Stata to do research.

I am unable to teach the course due to physical difficulties at this time. I
absolutely hate dumping out of the course, especially since many have
already made arrangements to attend. I was looking forward to visiting Singapore,
and teaching at the hotel at which I would be staying. The pay or honorarium
is very generous. Is there someone in StataLand who would agree to teach the


I am also scheduled to teach a single day course in Bahrain on December 3.
The title of the course is something like "Biostatistical and Epidemiological
Methods Using Stata". The same medical problem that is prohibiting me from
travel to Singapore is prohibiting me from travel to Bahrain. I would
absolutely love to teach these courses, but cannot. Again, the fee for teaching the
course is generous.

Of course, aside from the fee for teaching the course, the consulting
company hosting the courses pays for airfare, hotel, transportation, and departure
fees. In fact, all expenses are paid; the honorarium is on top of that.

I hope that someone in our Stata community will help out a firm that is
sponsoring courses in Stata in the Near/Middle East and SE Asia. I feel bad that
I cannot teach these courses as I had intended.

If you can help with either or both of these courses, or want additional
information, please contact me as soon as possible. I have waited to see if my
physical situation would change, but it hasn't, and is not likely to in the
near future.

Joseph Hilbe


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