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The Point - Issue 74

Point 74: In the Office – Caitlin McDiarmid

Caitlin McDiarmid APP Administrator I’ve been asked to write an article about how technology has changed over the course of my tenure with the Association. When I first started working for the Association, I worked exclusively on a desktop computer […]

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Point 74: President’s Corner – Brian Skellie

Brian Skellie APP President

Technology for infection prevention:

Why the introduction of more technological advances help to reduce cross contamination risks

The benefits of thousands of

The Point - Issue 74

Point 74: From the Editor – Marina Pecorino

Marina Pecorino Managing Editor of Content & Statistics I initially struggled to come up with direction for this editorial, partly because I feel that I’m somewhat of

Point 74: From the Editor – Kendra Jane B

Kendra Jane Berndt Managing Editor of Content & Archives We are in a world where we double tap dozens of times a day, use our smart devices

The Point - Issue 74

Point 74: From the Editor – Jim Ward

Jim Ward Art Director One of the joys of having been a part of this industry since its beginning has been seeing the technological advances that have

Brian Skellie working with asepsis

Point #73: President’s Corner – Brian Skellie

Brian Skellie APP President The APP is always going to be a work in progress, since standards are ever changing with new evidence. Lauded among the guiding

Point #73: From the Editor – Marina Pecorino

Marina Pecorino Managing Editor of Content & Statistics I realized that in planning my pieces for this issue, I composed my outlines in terms of an almost methodical past—present—future format. As

Point 73: From the Editor – Kendra Jane Berndt

Kendra Jane Berndt Managing Editor of Content & Archives Change: it is the only thing that is certain in life (other than death and taxes). So why is it that

Point #73: From the Editor – Jim Ward

Jim Ward Managing Editor of Design & Layout November 17th this year marked the 40th anniversary of Gauntlet, the world’s first body piercing studio. For most of you reading this,

Point #72: Conference Statistics – Caitlin McDiarmid

Caitlin McDiarmid APP Administrator   We never get tired of hearing “this was the best Conference yet.” We were even more proud to hear it for this, our 20th anniversary! Thank

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