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[vc_row css_animation="" row_type="row" use_row_as_full_screen_section="no" type="full_width" angled_section="no" text_align="left" background_image_as_pattern="without_pattern"][vc_column][vc_column_text] Are you outfitting your office or classroom with new boards? Click here to read about Clarus glass boards vs whiteboards and which you should choose. When it comes to formulating ideas, collaboration is key. Whether it's bringing together ideas from...

Sometimes keeping it simple and low-tech does a better job. That’s certainly the case with patient communication boards. They can singlehandedly improve patient safety, patient/staff communication, and patient satisfaction. Using patient communication boards effectively can make the patient feel more receptive to any medical advice...

It’s estimated that 80% of serious medical errors occur due to ineffective communication among healthcare providers. When you consider that a single patient may receive care from 50 different healthcare professionals during a four-day hospital stay, it’s easy to understand how that might happen. Effective...

Meetings are a necessary part of any business. You can accomplish much by gathering the team together – whether via a meeting room, a conference call, or a ZOOM session – and going over the details with input from everyone. But unless the staff meeting...

Whiteboards began replacing chalkboards in the 1990s because the chalk dust caused health issues for people with dust allergies, and the dust wasn’t computer-friendly, either. That’s when whiteboards, also known as the dry erase board, started to become the standard for classrooms and offices so...

Classrooms are noisy; there’s no getting around it. The noise level in classrooms can average out to 65 decibels, which is only five decibels less than the level at which hearing may be impaired. So, while it’s unlikely students and instructors will suffer hearing damage...