Jun 19, 2018

NCCHC Chair Emphasizes the Value of Mentorship



“I was heartened to see so many younger professionals at the NCCHC Spring Conference. This underscores the appeal of this practice area and holds promise for ongoing evolution in our field,” writes Barbara Wakeen, MA, RDN, CCHP, in her latest Board Notes column.

The common thread in her observations in this column is that personal relationships across the generational spectrum and across platforms are essential to growth—both for individuals and for the field as a whole. “We benefit, our patients benefit and we foster the climate for continued evolution.”

Read the column >

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