As the dynamic relationship between healthcare professionals and the medical device industry continues to evolve, training and education executives are actively looking for methods of engaging with healthcare professionals to ensure training is effectively conducted and that information is retained. Through a blended approach that increasingly relies upon the integration of technology platforms, executives are reinventing the approach to training professionals, as well as measuring results for training activities undertaken. With corporate leadership teams looking for increased results, executives handling clinical training and education are also looking to monetize efforts and provide tangible metrics that demonstrate the continued value and need for clinical training.
Unlike any other program available, the Q1 Medical Device Clinical Training & Education Conference, now in the 7th semi-annual edition, provides executives with a unique opportunity for learning and engaging with peers handling the highly specified role of medical professional training on medical devices. Evolving content showcased in the 2016 agenda will focus on adult learning theories put into practice, as well as the increasing use of technology across the education function. A global focus will also provide participants with an opportunity to garner insights into how global medical device firms are training physicians and healthcare professionals on a worldwide scale, taking into account tremendous differences in cultural and learning style preferences. Throughout the program, interactive sessions will allow for audience engagement, open discussion, and industry-wide knowledge share.