What You Need to Understand About How Your Team Learns

In training (as in life) not everyone is created equally. Everyone absorbs and processes information differently. Some people are learn best by listening, some by reading, some by doing. It all comes down to their individual learning style.

Knowing the difference between learning styles is important if you want to give your team of learners the best chance of retaining what they learn so they can use it on the job. Plus, offering appealing training opportunities is much more interesting and makes happier learners.

5 Lessons About Health Disparities in Hypertension

Equality is the bedrock of health, change, and progress, which lies at the heart of what we do at Talance. We strive to further equality within our company but also the neighborhoods, schools and workplaces where you live and work. In the past year, for example, we’ve created courses on hypertension, tobacco use, immunizations, wellness (among others!) that explain how health disparities affect communities each of these areas and what to do about it.

Too Many People and Not Enough Screenings–Here’s How Maine Primary Care Association and the Maine CDC Tackled It

In Maine, where distances are vast and the weather is extreme, too few people were getting mammograms, pap smears and colonoscopies. Plus, it was tough to train the people who could help. Here’s how they made a difference in health outcomes with patient navigator training.

5 Fast and Free Heat Stress Resources

Last week I was getting ready to go out of town and trying to do as much as possible before I left: taking out the trash, running errands, doing last-minute shopping.

The trouble is, it was 102°F, and I was ignoring the hot weather.

The afternoon wore on and I finished the last of my water. I felt light-headed and like someone was pressing a thumbtack into the top of my head. Still, I ignored it. It wasn’t until I reached for a doorknob and missed it by about four inches that it occurred to me I probably had heat exhaustion and had better get home.