1 : a small stick or rod (as of wood or metal) used especially to fasten things together or to hang things on. 2 : a piece driven into the ground to mark a boundary or to hold something He pounded in a peg for a tent rope. 3 : a level in approval or esteem The new kid took that bragger down a peg.
Named in honor of Heartbeat's long-time president—and current board chairman—Peggy Hartshorn, Ph. D., a “PEG Talk” answers a fundamental question: “How can we help better?” Each “PEG Talk” is an 8-10 minute presentation from the main stage of our Conference answering just that question.