McKnight's Online Expo is back

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The seventh annual McKnight's Online Expo will be held March 20-21. This online trade show has established itself as the field's premier digital event. One key reason: Participants can earn up to five hours of continuing education credit simply by attending free one-hour webinars. 

Attendees also will have access to an exhibit hall, other educational resources and vendor booths.

“This year's event promises to build on our previous success with serving our readers,” said James M. Berklan, editor for McKnight's. He added that providers can again enjoy learning more about their profession from the comfort and convenience of their own computers.

This year's webinars will examine the latest trends and developments in five key areas: payment, quality, capital, technology and wound care. Registration is free, at

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