Getting the Most Out of Audience Response Systems

THE SURGICAL TEAM has scrubbed up and donned their gowns; press 1 on your keypad if you're ready to operate. A script during the annual Transcatheter Cardiovascular Therapeutics meeting in Washington, D.C., might read just that way. Like many other medical meetings, TCT broadcasts live surgery via satellite as part of its educational programming. What's unusual is that all the attendees — about 15,000 cardiologists — can participate remotely in the cardiovascular procedure using an aud

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