South Texas Chapter Mobile - December 2021

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Request for e-Newsletter Articles

South Texas Chapter e-Newsletter

Would You Like To Be Published? The South Texas e-newsletter is a rapid communication format to highlight the healthcare community accomplishments and educational programs. Do you have an idea for an article for this newsletter? Perhaps you have recently joined ACHE, or advanced to Fellow status, and want to tell your story. Perhaps you are a leader in a local chapter and would like to share that experience. Or perhaps you have attended a thought-provoking ACHE seminar and want to share what you learned with your colleagues. This newsletter is a great venue for you to be published (and, by the way, earn ACHE Volunteer Service points). Members are encouraged to submit news and healthcare articles of interest to the South Texas healthcare community. We would really enjoy hearing from you!

 

Send us your ideas to the STC-ACHE Editor at info@stc.ache.org

 

Published articles of 800 words are eligible for member recognition points according to ACHE publication guidelines.  Newsletter submissions representing healthcare groups, institutions or organizations must be certified as being approved for submission and publication. Quarterly submission deadlines are: March 14, June 14, September 14 and December 14.

 

Contact Information: Please take a few moments to log-onto www.ache.org and ensure your contact (email, address, etc.) and location information are up-to-date…this helps the College keep in touch with you, and ensures they have the right information for chapter census counts. Log-on to ache.org; select “My ACHE”; and then select “My Profile” to do so.

 

Fellow Re-certification: Fellows, don’t forget that you must re-certify every three (3) years. The process is very easy and can be accomplished through www.ache.org…once logged-onto the site, select “My ACHE” and then “Re-certification Information.”

 

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