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In 1999, during a meeting of allied health practitioners,†a consensus of opinion arose that continuing education meetings and speakers were largely "hit and miss" for professionals. Referrals are largely obtained, at best, from one or two other professionals.†Realizing this to be an inadequate amount of research, and considering†the rather subjective atmosphere found in daily mailings and slanted web sites, it was determined that some objectivity was needed. Just as the academicians among us are ever after the studies to back up manufacturer assertions, so too must we be diligent in our pursuit of effective, appropriate and cost-efficient†continuing education.

This group of professionals also realized that while we adequately communicate with others in our chosen field, there is a missing connection between professionals in differing fields - a connection that most would find beneficial, for obvious reasons. This thought process led to the formation of an online forum that would be offered to professionals in all disciplines. In this way, continuing education could take place daily, and in an ecumenical†or cosmopolitan forum not before experienced by professionals.

In the few years that followed that initial meeting, a board was formed that shared these common goals, and who could provide valuable input†from as many professions as there was a need. Care was taken to bring together a group who shared a passion†for objective and effective continuing education, and who would be willing to spend some of their valuable time in the formation and maintenance of a web site dedicated to this purpose.

For better CE, we respectfully bring you....FindCE.com !

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