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4th Annual Medical Device & Diagnostic Clinical Training & Education Conference

03 Mar 2014 - 04 Mar 2014 - Nashville, TN, USA



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Medical device and diagnostic companies face unique challenges when training and educating internal trainers as well as physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals on their products. The 4th Annual Medical Device & Diagnostic Clinical Training & Education Conference will explore forward thinking methodologies for a clinical training and education platform. Leading companies throughout the device and diagnostic industry will highlight best practices in maximizing effective product training for the customer.

Through interactive, hands-on formatted presentations, in-depth peer-to-peer learning exchange group discussions and real-time case studies, this meeting will take an inclusive look into the challenges clinical trainers face when training the trainer and educating HCP customers. Whether you are training end-users on existing products or new state of the art technologies, the development of a curriculum design that incorporates eLearning, mobile learning, simulation technologies, virtual and interactive learning tools, as well as cost-effective methods for distance learning will be discussed. In addition, thought leaders will address key learning tools and methodologies that provide adult learning techniques to reach a variety of end-users, as well as techniques to measure information retention.






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