CE Offering in CT – “It’s More Than Just the Standards”

May 19, 2009 at 10:49 am | Posted in Continuing Education, General News | Leave a comment

DATE: Thursday June 18th, 2009

TIME: 11:30-5:00pm

COURSE: It’s More Than Just “The Standards”

INSTRUCTOR: Katherine Stemmer Frumento

LOCATION: Tymes Restaurant, Hamden Ct.

COST: $30.00

REGISTRATION:

CLICK HERE!

NOTE: REGISTRATION ENDS MAY 28th.

COURSE DESCRIPTION: This course is based on “Joint Commission Standards: Management of Information and Beyond” taught by Susan Schweinsberg Long and Janet Cowen. The major goal of the course is to demonstrate how a Hospital Library’s value within its institution can be achieved not only by Joint Commission validation, but also through other accreditation bodies, as well as solid customer service. Additional information about the course is available on the MLA Site.

The Town of Hamden, a short drive from Massachusetts and Rhode Island, is centrally located and in close proximity to the museums and other attractions in New Haven (Yale University), Hartford, Mystic Ct., and the Casinos. Hamden is easily accessible from I-91, I-95, and the Wilbur Cross Parkway. Lodging is plentiful and quite affordable.

The CAHSL Executive Board would like to thank BASCH Subscriptions, Elsevier, and Wolters Kluwer Health/OVID for their generous support and sponsorship of this event.

QUESTIONS:

Todd Allen Lane, MA, MLS
Chief, Library & Multimedia Services
Bridgeport hospital
Bridgeport, Ct. 06514
btlane@bpthosp.org

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