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LTC Training Topics, Your Thoughts?

I was talking with an MDS consultant last evening regarding an upcoming seminar she's speaking at related to Quality Measures with a focus on Social Service.  Knowing how difficult it can be to get away from the facility for a day makes it that much more important that topics are pertinent and useful.  The conversation and the discussion of potential benefits of networking, ongoing training, and the many changes surrounding nursing facilities leads me to pose these---

Questions for long-term care folks - 

  • What topics would you like to have addressed in a seminar / conference / training?  
  • What topics would be beneficial for Social Service and/or Activity staff?

Feel free to either comment below on the SHC blog, Twitter (@SimmonsHC), SHC's facebook page, LinkedIn, or send a text / email (Contact Us).  Simply curious to hear other people's thoughts.  I'll post a follow-up at a later date with the top result.  

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