Educational materials still available from McKnight's Online Expo

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The third Annual McKnight's Online Expo is over, but there are still plenty of opportunities to access all of the educational materials from the five webinars.

The presentations from the speakers will be available online for another two months. Those who have not yet registered can still visit www.mcknights.com/expo to sign up to view all five seminars.

For the first time this year, each of the expo's education sessions was good for one unit of continuing education credit, and the long-term care community responded. Attendance at the education sessions hit a new record for the expo.

"Long-term care providers earned more than a thousand hours of continuing education credits during this year's McKnight's Online Expo," said John O'Connor, editorial director for McKnight's. "We're thrilled that this was such a successful event."
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