2011 McKnight's Online Expo to offer six months of programming, exhibits and more

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Building on the successes of its first four years, the McKnight's Online Expo is extending from a two-day virtual trade show to a six-month-long event. The virtual trade show for long-term care professionals will kick off March 23 and 24 this year — and continue for the following six months with new programs.

The sessions in order, will cover technology and legal issues; wound-care management; acquiring capital; Medicare payment issues; and the QIS quality improvement tool.

Content will stay fresh with new presentations during the extra half-year of offerings. Visitors will have access to the exhibit hall and educational archives throughout.

Once again, attendees will be eligible to receive up to five continuing education credits — also for free.

“The McKnight's Online Expo is unique in the long-term care field,” said McKnight's Editorial Director John O'Connor. “The opportunity to receive free education on pertinent topics without leaving your office is something administrators, directors of nursing and others don't want to miss.”

For free registration, visit our sign-up page.

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