Face-to-face education and networking are back for meeting professionals. If you think you don’t have the budget, use this list of 2022 events to learn which have hosted-buyer programs, early-bird pricing, and other ways to save.
1-on-1 physician engagement with subject-matter experts and key opinion leaders might become a necessity that life-sciences companies should lean into, says one HCP-communications veteran.
Women in Medicine and Meeting Achievements have partnered to launch a first-of-its-kind bureau to elevate female thought leaders in healthcare.
Earlier this year, Northwestern Memorial HealthCare bought a property that’s convenient for those seeking care and well equipped to host meetings and events.
Industry attorneys and others say the recent OIG Fraud Alert reinforces the need for planners to be wise about food and beverage offerings, and even venue selection, when engaging practitioners. Here is their advice.
After a year as board chair for the Professional Convention Management Association, Kirsten Olean is applying lessons from that experience to the 2022 meetings she’s heading up at the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.
Recent data shows a huge rise in female participation in scientific conferences thanks to the virtual medium. The next challenge: Better networking methods within the online realm to complete the experience.
A mid-February virtual summit will address the PhRMA code changes that took effect on January 1, which have shifted how pharma and med-device companies can educate physicians through on-site events.
A major medical-content provider has purchased a well-known online-events platform to leverage the rise in hybrid and virtual meetings among pharma firms, medical-device makers, and professional societies.
Lake Nona Wave Hotel brings high-tech features to a healthcare and bioscience hub.