There are many benefits to networking and volunteering in one’s profession. As a new professional or seasoned leader, networking can be helpful in forming connections with peers in the field. Volunteering is also a great way to give back to the profession. Learn strategies of how to maximize each of these areas in your career growth.
- Identify tools and techniques to grow professionally in your career
- Describe the benefits of local and national health-related professional associations including opportunities to expand professional and leadership expertise through tools,
resources, networking and continuing education
- Illustrate the professional, health, and social benefits of volunteering
- Lynn Ward, Ed.D, RHIA, CPHIMS, Associate Dean, Southern New Hampshire University
- Lyndsay Goss, DNP, RN, CNE, NPD-BC,Faculty Lead, Southern New Hampshire
- University Pamela Varhol, Ed.D, RHIA, Associate Dean, Southern New Hampshire University
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