We thought it might help to provide an overview on data available in COMET because who doesn't love to talk about data?! [wink, wink] But seriously, COMET is fundamentally "child centric", meaning that the system is designed to record data that serve or relate to the child. (e.g.: Mother of Birth, Father of Birth, Household Environment, Primary Care Provider). However, the breadth of data we can store related to a child is wide and comes in many forms.
Hey COMET customers, this one’s for you. We are in the process of developing a web-based training series set to start in September. Soon you will see an email from us asking for feedback on what topics you’re most interested in, but before we talk about what training is available, let’s talk about why.
We get it. Learning a new database comes with a few challenges and can be intimidating, even overwhelming. For starters, you have to rethink processes, the way things have always been done. Then you have to sit through multiple hours of training that will still leave you with some questions. We understand this and no one is expected is to leave an initial training being a wiz, but we do expect that you’ll have been provided with enough information to enable you to do the basics and continue to build your knowledge-base.
This post is for leaders that are trying to understand the role of social media in their professional lives.
As a lifelong learner and a technology leader in my 50's, the current environment of communications poses many challenges, as well as opportunities. It has never been harder, in my lifetime, to separate the wheat from the chaff.
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