One of the most exciting things about surgery, is that it is ever changing. Each year new medical devices come into the market that simply changes the way we perform a procedure. It’s a dynamic environment that forces surgeons and their teams to be nimble. With the worldwide pandemic, everything we once knew about training has been forced to change.
Hosting a conference, medical training seminar or CME course requires extensive planning and careful preparation to ensure the strategy you choose is right for your audience. Whether your conference is in-person with hands-on wet labs or broadcasted online with specialized experts, it is important to take the time to decide which method will most effectively deliver your message.
As wireless capabilities continue to develop, remote conferences have gained popularity as an option to reach a widespread audience. While teleconferences have their advantages, there may also be a time when an old-fashioned, face-to-face meeting is more effective and efficient. We’ve developed a list of pros and cons when it comes to hosting a remote conference for you and your company to reference as you venture into your next event.
Budget cuts, due to healthcare reform, has caused the online broadcasting of medical training programs to become more prevalent than ever before. The Nicholson Center has adapted to these changes and invested in technology to help create accessible and flexible learning experiences to reach attendees around the world. Inflating costs is adding to the reason that in-person medical training courses are moving to the virtual medium because the cost of hotels, airfare, and meals.
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