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Come and get it! Continuing education a click away

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There are some exceptions to the old saying, “There's no such thing as a free lunch.” McKnight's' continuing education offerings are a perfect example.

To get a taste of what I mean, scroll directly down a few more inches on the mcknights.com home page when you get done reading this. Find the “Featured CE” section and let your cursor land on “Alzheimer's Management: From Diagnosis to Late Stage.”

Congratulations. You are one click away from some free education. That's right: free.

McKnight's is continually updating the continuing education units it offers to long-term care professionals. It's hard to find a better deal than this (if there is one).

The courses are fully accredited and are administered through the MyCME.com website that is operated by our parent company, Haymarket Media.

Click, read, learn, earn. It really is as simple as that. And it costs you nothing. So do yourself a favor and help your recertification efforts from the comfort of your keyboard. Don't forget to check back often because we host a number of courses at all times, and rotate new ones in regularly.

It might not be pizza or your favorite hamburger, but this IS free and it IS a great thing to consider at lunchtime (or breakfast time, or dinner time or snack time …).

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McKnight's Daily Editor's Notes features commentary on the latest in long-term care news. Entries are written by Editorial Director John O'Connor on Monday and Friday; Staff Writer Tim Mullaney on Tuesday, Editor James M. Berklan on Wednesday and Senior Editor Elizabeth Newman on Thursday.

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