The original post is available here: http://visiondisorders.org/blog/?p=203
However, it is included here for the community:
First Livestream Discussion of HPPD and Altered Visual Perception Disorders
Members of the HPPDonline.com community post many questions about HPPD, some are directed towards me, and you have not received answers. I have authored a text "Characterization of Hallucinogen Persisting Perception Disorder" that in many forms amounts to about 400 pages of text. It is the largest collection of HPPD information and Dr. Abraham stated it was the most comprehensive collection of HPPD information in the world.
I have decided to use a new way to communicate the current knowledge about HPPD and related disorders via Live streaming video with interactive chat. Members can login and ask questions after I present my work on HPPD, or ask questioning during the presentation.
<strong>The first livestream is scheduled for January 7th at 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time</strong>
To access the livestream you can visit the www.facebook.com/hppdonline or go directly to the stream at http://www.ustream.t...visiondisorders
I will be advertising this presentation to a large twitter audience to other researchers and members of the media who are nterested in the topic, and hope to have members of the psychedelic research community to participate in the chat.
To maintain this technology and to run future discussions: I will post a page to donate, (not tax deductible) to an account to pay for web site and fees. Donations will be accepted before and after the discussion, but are not mandatory for participation.
I expect the lecture part to last 30 minutes to 1 hour depending on the crowd's interest. Documents related to the discussion will be posted with links to allow users to engage in their own research and fact checking on my work. During the discussion, polls can be used to quickly assess the groups opinion on an area.
I hope this will give the community their first view of me, and to offer in one day a meeting of as many members as possible to discuss this disorder and the future for research and treatment.
David S. Kozin
To view my resume/cv: http://visiondisorde...me_Nov_2011.pdf
My Scopus Academic Literature Information is: http://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.url?authorId=23011974300">http://www.scopus.com/authid/detail.url?authorId=2301197430