Emerging Technology, Quantifying Training Success Among Discussion Topics


(Chicago, IL) – For the fifth consecutive year, clinical training professionals will have the opportunity to share ideas and obtain in-depth insight on some of the biggest issues in the industry at the Medical Device Clinical Training and Education Conference, March 30-31, 2015 in Charlotte, North Carolina. This conference is the only meeting of its kind, and caters specifically to clinical education executives of small, medium, and large companies from all corners of the medical device industry.


Attendees will participate in a multitude of discussions focusing on evolving methodologies, new teaching technologies, quantifying training success, and more. This year’s program offers a wide variety of case studies that delve into emerging technology, such as gamification, simulation, virtual reality, telementoring, and E-learning and M-learning. More than a dozen distinguished presenters will be on hand for networking, as well as leading sessions and panel discussions, including Sara Derousse of Johnson & Johnson, Julio Gallego of Globus Medical, and Angelo Giovanis of American Medical Systems.


New to this year’s agenda is a panel discussion that offers direct insight from healthcare professionals, which will include perspectives on effective training methods, scheduling, tailoring group trainings to cater to different learning styles, and incentives to influence HCP participation.  The panel will be moderated by Courtni Adams of Royal Oak Medical Device and panelists will include physicians, nurses, and techs from area hospitals and clinics.


For more information on the 5th Annual Medical Device Clinical Training and Education Conference, please visit www.q1productions.com/clinicaltraining or email marketing@q1productions.com. You can also follow us on Twitter @Q1Productions, #DevCT15, and join the Life Science Training and Education Group on LinkedIn for updates.