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MAXIMIZE YOUR TIME
10 Tips to Amplify Learning Potential at EXCHANGE 2015
By Heather Williams
hether you're a first-time attendee or you've
attended EXCHANGE for years, you have a responsibility to get the most out of every conference you
attend. To justify your time away and investment in
ongoing self-development and learning, do yourself a favor and carefully plan how you're going
to maximize learning and networking potential at this year's conference.
To get the most out of your conference experience and maximize your
time in Grapevine, here's a checklist of items to tackle before, during, and
We all have those questions or issues that keep us up at
night, and we're not quite sure how to go about solving
them. So be prepared, and come to EXCHANGE with a list of
questions you'd like to get answers to. Remember that no
question is too complex or simple.
Uncover your strengths and weaknesses, and plan your
Learning Lab schedule based on these. Plan to attend labs
that touch upon where you need improvement, and avoid
those that you already know a lot about.
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Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of EXPLORE - Fall 2015
Message from the AHE President Go Big in Grapevine
EXCHANGE 2015 Ensuring All Health Care Environments Contribute to Quality Outcomes and Healthy Communities
Maximize Your Time in Grapevine 10 Tips to Amplify Learning Potential at EXCHANGE 2015
Deploying a TeamSTEPPS® Approach to Fighting HAIs Caveats for Sustainable Success
Labor vs. New Technology Can a Robot Process a Hospital Room as Completely as a Human?
The Art and Love of Caring A Letter to Environmental Services
Floor-Savviness for Environmental Services How to Maximize Effectiveness While Minimizing Downtime
Creating a Connection Culture The Three Life-Giving Elements of Vision, Value, and Voice
You Don’t Have to Learn the Hard Way Networking and Sharing a Wealth of Knowledge
Meet a CHESP Perpetuating the Professionalism of Our Industry
EXPLORE - Fall 2015