Women and People of Color are underrepresented in leadership roles and as speakers at medical conferences. This has led to the social media backlash of #manels (all-male panels), #wanels (all-white panels) and #manferences (all-male conferences). Read how to better recruit diverse speakers.
While virtual environments have presented new opportunities, they have also posed new challenges and considerations. Arguably one of the biggest challenges is presenter management. Get several best practices for presenter management for virtual continuing education.
Microlearning, a format often used by learning and development professionals outside of CME, is showing promise as an option for time-deprived practitioners. Here, the authors explore microlearning and provide best practices and use-case examples for how the format can be used in CME.
Meeting planners are considering whether to design their virtual conference as a live (livestream) event or to provide learners with on-demand access to content. Or, a little of both. Here, the Almanac Editor shares insights on reinventing the best parts of an in-person event virtually.
In the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Medical Specialty Society Section launched a series of one-hour Zoom calls called Casual Conversations focused on a topic of interest that was posted by members in our listserv. Learn more about how to submit topics that you're interested in.