SHCA Learning Network: Your Online Community
SHCA's Learning Network (also known as the listserv) offers members a chance to connect directly to multiple members with one email. This online community is designed to improve communication among peers, offer a forum for exchanging ideas, and allow you to benefit from the experience, knowledge, and wisdom of others. Any emails sent to the Network are automatically sent to all subscribers.
Learning Network Sign-up
The SHCA Learning Network is open to all members of SHCA and is intended for discussion of issues related to patient advocacy, the patient experience, risk management, service excellence, patient and family engagement, and the healthcare profession.
Sign up for the SHCA Learning Network
You will be prompted for your name and e-mail address. After signing up, you will receive a confirmation e-mail and should follow the instructions in that e-mail to successfully enroll in the Network.
FAQs about the Network
Click above to learn how to post messages to the list, access the archives, guidelines for usage, and other frequently asked questions about using the Learning Network.
I am signed up. Now, how does this work?
How do I send a message to the list? Send an e-mail to SHCA-LEARNING-NETWORK@ahals.aha.org. Make the subject line of the e-mail clear and concise, so other subscribers can discern the relevance of the message. Include your name and email address for follow-up.
How do I reply to a message? To reply to a message, hit "reply to" -- the email address for the list - SHCA-LEARNING-NETWORK@ahals.aha.org - should appear in the "to" line of your email. Write your message in the body and hit send. Replies to an individual should be sent directly to the individual's email address and not to the list.
How do I access the Archives? Click here for an easy step by step guide to see the past conversations and helpful templates from your peers. (Note: you must have an active account to access archives.)
To browse the ever-growing library of articles, templates and best practices shared by SHCA members in this Network visit the SHCA Learning Library. (Note: this is a member-only benefit.) These resources have been organized by various volunteer committees and will continue to be updated as new information is shared.