If you weren't able to attend this year's World Aquatic Health Conference, I can assure you, you've missed likely one of the most important educational and networking events of the year. But not to worry, you can still hear seminars from leading experts and scientists by logging on to www.nspf.org.
meanwhile, let me give you a flavor of some of the discussion-
Science, Artful Application was the conference theme. A series of
keynotes and events helped illustrate the link between our industry and
society including science, health, art, athletics, socio-economic and
cultural influences. “The world does not care about pool chemicals,
filters, and such things. People care about their families and their
health. The conference spotlighted how each of us can be remarkable in
ways that relate to society’s priorities,” explained Thomas M. Lachocki,
Ph.D., CEO of the National Swimming Pool Foundation® (NSPF®), founding
organizer of the WAHC.
“With relevance, comes long-term
prosperity,” added Dr. Lachocki, who urged, “Each of us must take initiative to collaborate, challenge ourselves and each other, and find solutions to today’s problems. We must reject passivity, advocate health benefits, and lead courageously – every day.”
From the keynote
presentation by USA Swimming’s CEO, Chuck Wielgus, to riveting closing remarks from world-class motivational speaker Byron Embry— known for his 100 mph fastball— relevancy, collaboration, and taking action were messages not to be ignored.
If you want to read more about the
conference review/wrap up, click on this link. http://ow.ly/3f4sT