Eva Thalmann, Janssen, Jean-Yves Douillard, ESMO, Katie Koziol and Andrew Moore, Ashfield Meetings & Events
Research from Ashfield Meetings & Events clearly demonstrates that face-to-face meetings and events form a major part of continuing medical education (CME). National and international congresses have been identified as the primary event to attend by HCPs.
But what makes congresses such a valuable education channel for time-restricted physicians? This pharmaphorum webinar, in association with Ashfield Meetings & Events, will dive into a unique study of HCP educational and behavioural preferences towards attendance at medical congresses.
Ashfield Meetings & Events’ The Science of Healthcare Congresses study, involved over 200 HCPs, drawn from a range of therapy areas, from both Europe and the US to ask what really matters to them and share some intriguing insights.
These encompassed how HCPs value this type of activity, how they apportion their time on-site and engage with the healthcare industry, and how they evaluate a congress once its doors have closed for another year.
Join our expert panel on Tuesday 3rd December to find out more on:
• Why physicians attend congresses
• How to ensure medical education provides value to attendees
• How pharma can enhance industry symposia
In addition, our panel will also share the results of an ongoing association and multi-pharmaceutical company research project, designed to standardise and benchmark the evaluation process of all congress medical education activities.