E-learning, Open Payment Lessons, Curriculum Planning Among Topics for Discussion
(Chicago, IL) – Medical education professionals from the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries will gather in Arlington, Virignia for the 2nd Annual Innovative Medical Education Programs Conference on June 25-26, 2015 to discuss hot topics in the industry and share ideas on best practices. The conference will offer opportunities for in-depth networking and a wide variety of unique perspectives from across the medical education space.
The conference, hosted by Q1 Productions, will offer interactive discussions with open-floor Q&A on topics such as open payment reporting strategies, communication strategies between providers and supporters, current learning styles, grant submission review, and more. Distinguished presenters from all corners of the medical education space will lead sessions, case studies, and panel discussions, including Patricia Jassak of Astellas, Jann Balmer of University of Virginia School of Medicine, and Kendal Whitlock of Boehringer-Ingelheim.
This year, conference delegates will obtain dual perspectives from medical education and granting professionals from both supporter and provider organizations. Jassak will join Chitra Subramaniam of the Duke Clinical Research Institute in a discussion on comprehensive needs assessments within IME operations, streamlining the decision process, and ensuring funds are administered in support of education programs.
For more information on the 2nd annual Innovative Medical Education Programs Conference, please visit www.q1productions.com/medicaleducation or email firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also follow us on Twitter @Q1Productions, #Q1MedEd.