locked Where you get answers - Next Generation Case History Site


Nancy C
 

The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993


Jensmccabe
 

Willing! 

J

On Tue, Nov 22, 2022 at 2:49 PM Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:
The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993



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Kandace Krause
 

Hello Nancy,

I am interested in being an early adopter.

I have new information to upload to my case history in any case.
I have had a case history for almost exactly two years.
I am not tech averse but can have problems so could be a good test case with a much older PC or a smaller Chromebook lap top type computer.

Let me know if I "fit the bill".

Thanks for all you do
Kandace Krause 
Alberta Canada

On Tue, Nov 22, 2022, 12:49 PM Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:
The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993



ferne fedeli
 

Hi Nancy, I suppose I could be a guinea pig & try the new case history form.  I never had any trouble with the old one really, so shd. be able to conquer the new one.  Magic's Case History is pretty old.  You only want the last 2 years of data?  All of our old case histories will be saved though, right?  I have a doc copy at home & keep the latest printed copy in his binder, so guess I'm okay as far as historical info goes.  Let me know.
Ferne Fedeli


On Tue, Nov 22, 2022, 11:49 AM Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:
The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993


--

Ferne Fedeli  Magic & Jack   2007

Point Arena, Mendocino County, California
Case History

 

 


Laura and Ero
 

Hi Nancy – I’m willing to be an EA for the new site! Let me know what more I need and how I can help.

 

Thanks,

Laura (and Ero)

 

From: main@ECIR.groups.io <main@ECIR.groups.io> On Behalf Of Nancy C
Sent: Tuesday, November 22, 2022 1:49 PM
To: main@ECIR.groups.io
Subject: [Special] [ECIR] Where you get answers - Next Generation Case History Site

 

The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993


--
Laura and Ero

October 2020 | Erin, WI USA 

Ero Case History

Ero Photo Album


Nancy C
 

Hi to all!

Thank you for your generosity and willingness.

  • Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.
Please send me a PM!!!!!!

A million thanks.
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Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993


Joy
 

Count me in.  I love data, type fast and work off a laptop.

Joy and Emmy

On Tue, Nov 22, 2022, 1:49 PM Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:
The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993



Joy V
 

Login request sent.  I'll look for it after the holiday is over.  Happy Thanksgiving Nancy.  Thanks for the updated info!

On Tue, Nov 22, 2022 at 11:49 AM Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:
The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993


--
Joy and Willie (EC/IR)
Nevada County, CA - 2019
ECIR Group Moderator

Case history:  Willie's Case History
Willie's photo album:  Willie's Photos


JACKIE LACASSE
 

Hi Nancy, I tried to download my data 3 years ago but wasn't very successful. I followed whatever info I could gather from the website and have kept my horse laminitis free and healthy until this year. Everything is different and out of control. I would love to download my history and hopefully gain some insight so I can help my beloved horse. Regards, Jackie


On Tue, Nov 22, 2022 at 2:49 PM Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:
The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993


--
Jackie La Massachusetts 2020


Kelly Kathleen Daughtry
 

I am a tech idiot but don’t  mind trying if you need more people.  If you get enough, I’m probably not the best due to my lack of tech knowledge. I do keep my case history up to date. 
Kelly

On Nov 22, 2022, at 2:49 PM, Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:

The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993



--
Kelly & Micah, Clayton NC

April 2016

Case History: https://ecir.groups.io/g/CaseHistory/files/Kelly%20and%20%20Micah 

Photos: https://ecir.groups.io/g/CaseHistory/album?id=264981

 

          


Eben Haber
 

Hi Nancy,

I’d be happy to give it a try.

Regards,

-Eben Haber & Comet

On Nov 22, 2022, at 2:49 PM, Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:

The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993



--
Eben & Comet in Cupertino, 2019

Case Study
Photos


Daisy Shepherd
 

Nancy,  about how long do you think this will take, is it done all n one sitting. I will ask my computer helper if she has time. Thank you daisy 


On Tue, Nov 22, 2022, 12:49 PM Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:
The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

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Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993


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Nancy C
 

The site is designed to be accessed and used as you get your data compiled. How long it will take will depend on how much you have and/or want to do in one sitting.

Just a reminder to folks that you should contact me privately. This request is made to keep the forum from getting clogged while we move forward.
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Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993


Chris Hanson
 

I’m willing, but I think my horse and I are shy of the 2 years.
Chris Hanson


On Tuesday, November 22, 2022, Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:
The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993



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Perfectionism is the voice of the oppressor.

Annie Lamott




Kirsten Rasmussen
 

Chris, that's OK.  Just PM Nancy and she will get you started after the TG weekend.

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Kirsten and Shaku (EMS + PPID) and Snickers (EMS) - 2019
Kitimat, BC, Canada
ECIR Group Moderator
 
Shaku's Case History
Shaku's Photo Album

Snickers' Case History
Snickers' Photo Album


Cecile Johnson
 

I’m willing to help.  I’ve been a member since January.  
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Cecile J in OK 2022
Olaf Case History:  https://ecir.groups.io/g/CaseHistory/files/Cecile%20and%20Olaf
Olaf Photo Album:  https://ecir.groups.io/g/CaseHistory/album?id=272407


singletree99@...
 

Nancy - I can be an early adopter for Case History if you want - let me know if you need me - 

Eileen

On Tue, Nov 22, 2022 at 2:49 PM Nancy C <threecatfarm@...> wrote:
The ECIR Group case histories have a 20 year history behind them.

When Dr. Kellon joined the group in 2002, and membership exploded to a few hundred or so, it became clear case histories were what was needed to deliver competent individual help. Robin announced beta testing the first CH site — Sportshorses — in January of 2003. https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/message/22690

I am beyond joyful to announce we will be opening the next generation ECIR Case History site at the end of the month.

Yes, this month.

There is so much history behind this project that deserves telling. More on that later.

Today I wish to announce that we are seeking members to be Early Adopters to migrate their data to the new site.

Early Adopters can be a new or experienced ECIR member, willing to load their equine information to populate the site. To step up as an Early Adopter, one does not need to be a tech-wizard, just fearless and not tech averse.

We have tested the site with multiple browsers and devices to make sure that it can be accessed by almost anyone. Like any large project with significant data, uploading from a larger device is infinitely easier. I can personally attest to this. For the most efficient experience, we recommend Chrome on a larger device.

We are looking for two years of data from Early Adopters with existing case histories. If you or the equine is new to ECIR case histories, as an Early Adopter you would start your file and add data as you acquire it.

The site would be open to Early Adopters after the US Thanksgiving holiday. Early Adopter histories need be in place by December 20. Transition plans for the rest of the membership will then be outlined in coming days.

Early Adopters will help step the stage for those who come next by migrating their data. We hope this approach will help pave the way to fully open the new site to all on or before the New Year.

I’d love to have a dozen or so folks total. Support Team members and Directors will also be on board to supply their data.

It is a busy time of year. I thank you in advance for a willingness to donate discretionary time to this important project.

Drop me a PM if you are interested, and we’ll go from there with instructions.

With this new site fully in place, the ECIR Group will move to a new level, continuing to bring help to equines in trouble, and compiling significant data for what works, to share with the equine community.

As always, it is for all the equines.

--
Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993


Nancy C
 

To All new Case History Early Adopters

A quick update.

We’ve hit a small speed bump that I hope we clear shortly.

Throughout this year, my little town in the woods has been going through upgrade to high speed internet. A great event that we are very much looking forward to.

My farm is to be hooked up today. While there have been a few hiccups, most neighbors have not seen an issue switching over to the new service.

Because, temporarily at least, I will be the sole gatekeeper for the new CH site, I am holding off on opening the door for Early Adopters. Just want to make sure my internet is okay before we jump in.

We have some 50 volunteers who came forward to help pave the way for everyone to eventually move to the new site. So we do not clog the work that needs to be done here on the main forum everyday, I have set up a private subgroup for this bit of adventure. Those who stepped forward should look for an invitation shortly, once high speed is hooked up.

I’m 99.9% sure my email will remain the same, so send me a PM if you have questions about this. I will lock this thread now so we don’t clog the forum.

Thank-you to all who came forward.
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Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993


Nancy C
 
Edited

Hi Everyone

Just to let everyone know, after a late start, the Early Adopter volunteer group is up and running. A new subgroup has been started.  For the moment, it is private to just those who agreed to volunteer for this mission. Those of you who are on board should have received an initial email from me and an INVITE to the new private site.  Please check your spam box.

I will be at the computer the rest of the week getting Early Adopters lined up on the new site and setting staff to move us all forward.

So we do not clog this group, send me a pm or on the new subgroup. I have re-locked this thread.

Thank you to all Early Adopters.  We cannot do this without you.
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Nancy C in NH
ECIR Moderator 2003
ECIR Group Inc. President 2021-2022

HOW TO SEARCH THE ARCHIVES: https://ecir.groups.io/g/main/wiki/1993