2018 Texas CME Conference Named in the Top 5 Upcoming Must-Attend CME Events for Healthcare Professionals
Check out the article from BeaconLive!
Are you a healthcare educator or a CME service provider? Or perhaps you’re a professional working in the medical field and you’d like to learn more about the latest CME technology updates, eLearning trends, medical writing techniques, content delivery tools, or any other changes taking place across today’s Continuing Medical Education landscape.
If this is the case for you, you’ll likely find this listing of upcoming industry events helpful, or perhaps quite familiar!
Our National Sales Director John Craine – who leads BeaconLive’s healthcare division – has been a member and exhibitor at these conferences and meetings for many years. We’ve been more than happy to support these organizations with our time and resources because they are truly valuable CME events for our friends, colleagues and customers in the healthcare field, and we absolutely encourage you to join and participate.
As these conferences are held by accrediting organizations, you’ll even have the chance to receive CE credits yourselves! Not to mention you’ll have plenty of time to network and connect with professionals active in your industry, as well as a chance to get your name, institution or service out there, too.
5. 2018 Texas CME Conference
To show our support for the Texas Medical Association – the nation’s largest state medical society boasting over 50,000 physician and medical student members – we exhibit at the annual Texas CME Conference each year. The 2017 program in Houston (June 21-23) offered a series of learner tracks and breakout sessions, introducing CME newcomers to the accreditation process, providing industry updates, and establishing a forum for CME providers to exchange ideas. You can check out this link posted by the Texas Alliance for Continuing Medical Education (the organization with whom the Texas Medical Association partners to facilitate this event) for additional details and photos.
Who should attend next year? CME activity planners and program staff; physician CME committee chairs and members; CME staff and physicians from organizations seeking accreditation as a CME provider; and individuals in related professions who collaborate with CME providers. Essentially, if you are responsible for creating educational content for healthcare professionals, we encourage you to register for the 2018 Texas CME Conference! Official dates and location will be announced soon – and if you’re interested in submitting an abstract, the deadline is December 1, 2017.
Read about the rest of the Top 5 by visiting http://www.beaconlive.com/blog/top-5-upcoming-cme-events-for-healthcare-professionals