Hawaii - Pacific Chapter of ACHE - Spring 2013  (Plain Text Version)

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In this issue:
•  Message from the Regent, Winter 2013
•  Message from Chapter President
•  Message from Guam Program Council
•  Calendar of Events
•  News from Education Committee
•  Importance of Education to Organizations in the Face of Change
•  Education Calendar
•  Spring 2013 Financial Report
•  New Fellows, Recertified Fellows and New Members
•  Student Involvement: Supporting your Local Chapter, Graduate Institution, and Community.
•  ACHE Recognition Program
•  5 Ways to Foster Innovation
•  Ensure delivery of Chapter E-newsletter (Disclaimer)

 

News from Education Committee

Greetings Chapter members!  The Hawaii-Pacific Chapter of ACHE Education Committee is off and running!  Lots of exciting proposals are under consideration to make 2013 a value filled year and one that helps meet your Continuing Education and FACHE credentialing requirements. 

Greetings, chapter members!  The Hawaii-Pacific Chapter of ACHE Education Committee is off and running! Lots of exciting proposals are under consideration to make 2013 a value filled year and one that helps meet your Continuing Education and FACHE credentialing requirements. But first, allow me to introduce this year’s Education Committee:

  • Ms. Jennifer Dacumos (Pali Momi Medical Center)
  • Hugh McLean (Lieutenant Colonel (USA), Tripler Army Medical Center)
  • Ms. Bobbie Ornellas (Spark M. Matsunaga VA Medical Center)
  • Hiram J. Ortiz (Captain (USAF), Detachment 1, 18th Aero Medical Evacuation Support)
  • Robert Rawleigh (Lieutenant Commander (USN), Naval Health Clinic Hawaii) (Chair)

The committee looks forward to a great education year and is exploring opportunities to:

  1. Assist members with preparing for the ACHE Board of Governors Exam through the new Chapter Education Assistance Program (CEAP). CEAP offers monetary awards to pay for ACHE study programs, materials and FACHE credentialing related fees. Program details are forthcoming.
  2. Develop a long-range education plan.
  3. Explore potential education partnership opportunities with other local professional organizations.
  4. Secure video teleconferencing to connect with the Guam Program Council during key events.

YOUR INPUT IN VERY VALUABLE TO US! Please take a few minutes to take the attached 3 question survey:

http://www.surveymonkey.com/s/BDJFN6S

 

Also, please feel free to forward education program related suggestions to rcdrawleigh@gmail.com. Your input is greatly appreciated. We look forward to serving your education requirements in 2013 and beyond!


Aloha,
Robert Rawleigh