In search of a fresh approach in peer-to-peer education that energizes your drug launch programming series? Virtual peer exchange is a hotspot ripe with opportunities for transformative experiences—and can be in-field surprisingly quick after drug approval. Cheryl Ann Borne, Digital Strategist, discusses the “why” behind virtual rounds, a forum “without borders” for engaging even hard-to-reach physicians across the nation in interactive peer exchange.
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Virtual meetings are on the rise, and for good reason. They are a tremendous cost saver and allow for participant interaction from across the country or across the globe with just the click of a mouse. But, how do you ensure your meeting is interactive, collaborative, and interesting for both participants and presenters? Rachel Wallace, Virtual Events Manager with Avant Healthcare, shares seven tips to ensure a successful virtual meeting experience.
Imagine your biggest project challenge is being able to convince healthcare professionals to participate in an educational experience that will be more conducive to their ever-demanding schedules. Nikki Snodgrass, Executive Director with Avant Healthcare Communications, explains how OnDemand programming is a vital component of future peer-to-peer programming.
Compared to a live face-to-face event, it is much easier for an online viewer to attempt to multi-task or even get up and walk away during a Web program. So, what are some easy ways to help keep the audience engaged in their programs? Jeff Sears, Executive Director with Avant Healthcare, shares five tips to enhance the experience for Web program attendees.
Live remote programming is increasing in popularity every year. This isn’t to say that remote programming will ever fully replace face-to-face programs. But with all of the right pieces in the right places, remote programming can be another channel to help your medical story reach a wider audience with a smaller investment of resources.