Medical Device Clinical Training & Education Conference
June 1-2, 2022 | Charlotte, NC | The Ballantyne, a Luxury Collection Hotel
Uniting New Technologies, Blended Learning, and Engaging Virtual Content to Navigate the Changing Landscape of Clinical Education
The clinical training and education field has seen an unprecedented amount of changing needs over the past two years. Clinical educators are navigating a new landscape where HCPs have a vast set of needs, limited ability to travel, and are facing burnout across the Board. Education professionals have had to rapidly pivot their content from primarily in-person learning to almost fully virtual learning. Healthcare education is slowly making the shift back to in person, which presents a new set of challenges. With the development of new vaccines, educators need to know what the future of clinical education looks like and how to both effectively and affordably move towards the future.
Rebecca Brun, of Smith & Nephew, and Amanda Sheffield, of Terumo Medical, will present case studies on the changing landscape of virtual learning. There will also be a group discussion about the challenges and successes of returning to in-person learning with Cristina Baker, of Nevro, and Jennifer Mussabini, of Terumo Medical. Gisele Valentine, Clinical Education Manager for Appulse Medical, will present a case study about leveraging technological advances in AI & VR for enhanced remote learning.
Rebekah Tessitore, of Teleflex, Rebecca Brun, of Smith & Nephew, and Tatiana Khisamudinova, Boston Scientific, and Christine Sexton, of Cardiva Medical will assess the evolution of the clinical training landscape. Ellyn Ray, Medical Education Manager of Zimmer Biomet will explore strategies for creating and retaining highly effective education teams. Heath Ingram of Goodwin Law will offer a legal case study on the OIG’s recent fraud risk warning followed by a group discussion involving Ingram, Jennifer Mussabini of Terumo Medical, and Liz Karen of Edwards Lifesciences.
This program will address how to effectively design and develop the content HCPs want, safely
shift back to in-person training, streamline communication, and bring new technologies into
the evolving space of clinical education. Through the generative dialogue of group discussions,
engaging conversations of distiquised panels, and up to the minute sessions, delegates will find
new solutions to even newer challenges, while being able to contribute their voice to the
discourse as well.
Strategies for creating and retaining highly-effective education teams and engaging a global market by crafting a diverse training program
Navigating the changing landscape of virtual learning and challenges/successes of returning to in-person learning
Practical guide to mitigating OIG’s fraud risks
Conveying the value of training programs to secure increased support
Effective selection and development of lMSS to maximize educational outcomes
Comprehensive continuing education programs for long-term physician training
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Learn through dynamic panel discussions, case studies and real world evidence on current topics directly related to your industry.
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Insight and interaction are at the ready for you and your team. Collaborate with your peers, utilizing their insight and experience to accommodate your common challenges.
“Great virtual meeting. The opportunity to share challenges, roadblocks and solutions with other professionals was extremely helpful and valuable to day to day activities.”
Michael Kennedy, Training Specialist, Cook Medical
Distinguished Presenters Include:
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“This virtual conference focused on nearly all of the key situations medical device companies are facing during the pandemic. It was great to hear from knowledgeable peers about how they are navigating this difficult and ever changing time.”
Natalie Zuniga, Medical Education Program Manager, Acumed
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Less than 100
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