Discovering Your Practice Brand

Poscorp

Stacey has nearly 25 years of experience in communications. She helps customers create strategic communication and marketing plans to solve their toughest communication challenges. Her expertise includes brand identity and helping customers create integrated, personalized communications for their target audiences.
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According to Lisa Moore, Certified Athletic Trainer with CHI Health, the symptoms may show up right away, or may not show up until later.  Common signs and symptoms are a headache, the pressure in the head, dizziness, ringing in the ears, nausea, blurred vision, difficulty concentrating, light and sound sensitivity, memory loss, drowsiness and trouble with sleeping.

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How Cybersecurity Leaders Avoid Data Breaches in Healthcare

HIMSS Media

With new software vulnerabilities being discovered every day, it’s not a matter of if, but a question of when hackers will use these vulnerabilities to infiltrate a healthcare organization. A survey commissioned by ServiceNow with the Ponemon Institute revealed 50% of respondents experienced one or more data breaches in the last two years. The majority of cybersecurity experts are struggling to keep pace. Faced with hacker onslaught, healthcare organizations need new approaches to keep patient data, assets and their information safe.
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Infection Control Programs

lorman

Your surgical patient, your dialysis patient, your long-term care resident, in fact, all of your patients are at risk of developing a health care acquired infection. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention estimate that one in every 31 patients will develop an infection related to their care. As a health care worker, you too are at risk of exposure to infections. This topic will provide best practices to protect you and your patients from developing infections while in your facility.
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The What, When and How of Educating People with Diabetes

lorman

Help. My education sessions are boring even me! How can I keep my content fresh and reach people with diabetes in new ways? It's time to include cognitive science about learning and memory into our approaches as diabetes educators. How do we create a welcoming learning environment? How do we wake up the brain and make learning active? How do we make learning stick? How do we move our participants from learning to action? This information will keep you thinking. Experience your creative power as you develop interactive approaches to teaching, reviewing, and energizing your learners (and yourself). Leave this topic with dozens of ideas for making your diabetes education curriculum more engaging.
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Not Just Tiny Humans: Conducting Pediatric Clinical Trials

questexweb

When it comes to the conduct of pediatric clinical trials, there are a number of things you need to consider in order to ensure the successful conduct of a study. While we can’t predict the outcome, planning ahead for appropriate site and subject selection will take you one step closer. From study design to logistics to recruitment, this webinar will look at the key differences between studies conducted in pediatric populations and studies conducted in adult populations.
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Spotlight

According to Lisa Moore, Certified Athletic Trainer with CHI Health, the symptoms may show up right away, or may not show up until later.  Common signs and symptoms are a headache, the pressure in the head, dizziness, ringing in the ears, nausea, blurred vision, difficulty concentrating, light and sound sensitivity, memory loss, drowsiness and trouble with sleeping.

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