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ATD Links

Welcome to the home of ATD Links, our twice-monthly e-newsletter for association members. Each issue includes In Practice articles—pragmatic discussions of how members are applying learning and performance concepts in the field—plus updates on new ATD products and services, news about the association, and occasional interviews.  

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Building Blocks of Modern Mentoring

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Randy Emelo

This excerpt from Modern Mentoring highlights five core concepts that form the foundation of modern mentoring. Following these principles will help you get started as you create your own modern mentoring culture.  More »

Navigating the Electronic Health Record Implementation Ship

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The implementation of an electronic health record in a complex healthcare environment can be likened to launching a ship into perilous seas. More »

Case Study: Indecomm Develops Physician Training Portal for Leading Medical Device Company

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Kapil Bhasin

Indecomm leveraged its health sciences domain expertise and customizable technology platform to build a learning portal that ensures training for physicians, staff, and coordinators. More »

Professional Development Trends in Clinical Nurse Education

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In a time when resources are limited and multiple priorities compete for attention, it can be challenging to figure out what's most important. More »

Electronic Health Information: Preparing the Workforce for Future Demand

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Elizabeth Black

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics the world of electronic health information is expected to add at least 37,700 new jobs to the U.S. economy in one decade. More »

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