Sunday, February 27, 2011

What I Learned at AAHPM/HPNA Annual Assembly 2011

For those of you who were able to go to the Annual Assembly in Vancouver almost two weeks ago, I am hoping you will participate in a little experiment.  I tried this last year with only one person offering a submission (Thank you Julie Childers!).  I am encouraged by the amount of people at the social media session that there may be a few more of you out there willing to try.

So please send me your lessons learned from the 2011 AAHPM/HPNA Annual Assembly.  You can send them in any format you like and any length you like. Maybe it is just one single thing.  Maybe it is a list of things.  Maybe it is a narrative that I can put up as a blog post.  Please make it about your clinical or professional education and not about what you liked/didn't like about the Assembly.  And don't forget to tell me if you would like to be cited openly or anonymously.  Email me at christian@pallimed.org or post in the comments.

Here is my collection of edited tweets covering what I learned at the conference since I used Twitter to take notes as well.

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