The Texas CME CPD Conference Planning Committee presents the Texas CME Continuing Professional Development Virtual Meeting Series!
Best Practices for Moving Live CME Online Nov. 2, 2020
Presenters: Kendra Peterson, Associate Director, Education and Accreditation, Washington State Medical Association Janet A. Carr, MSEd, Associate Director, CompleteCME, Washington State Medical Association Description: This session will focus on incorporating CME guidelines into your online education process and engaging learners in online education. You'll have an opportunity to share your experiences and learn from your colleagues.
Virtual Meetings & Exhibits: A How-To Guide Nov. 18, 2020
Presenters: Belinda Bininger, Director, Advertising & Sponsorship, Texas Medical Association (TMA) Sylvia Hall, Manager, Exhibits & Sponsorships, TMA's Association Management Services Liz Sansom, Director, Conference Management, TMA
Description: So your meetings are going virtual…now what? How can you retain the exhibitor and sponsorship revenues you need, when attendees aren’t able to visit a booth? This presentation will help you evaluate your events from a sales perspective in order to develop exhibit and sponsor opportunities that increase your revenue potential, using the tools and resources you already have. You’ll also learn some best practices for managing expectations and deliverables for a virtual meeting. Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to: (1) Identify the differences between common virtual meeting tools and virtual event platforms. (2) Develop an exhibitor/sponsor prospectus featuring valuable deliverables that will boost your revenue opportunities. (3) Implement best practices to effectively manage attendee and exhibitor expectations at a virtual meeting.
Presenters: Cindie Garza, Senior CME Conference Coordinator, UT Health San Antonio Reema Mustafa, Sr. Program Coordinator, UT Southwestern Medical Center, Office of Continuing Medical & Public Education Andrew Crim, M.Ed., CHCP, FACEHP,Director of Education and Professional Development, American College of Osteopathic Obstetricians and Gynecologists
Description:“Experience is a master teacher, even when it’s not our own.”―Gina Greenlee, Postcards and Pearls: Life Lessons from Solo Moments on the Road Virtual meetings have become the norm during the pandemic. A standard playbook for virtual meetings does not exist, therefore, many of us are still learning how to navigate this uncharted territory. Join three of your colleagues as they share their "going virtual" experience. During this session, we will explore successes, challenges, and tips and tools you can apply to your virtual meetings.