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Case Study: How to Migrate from a Traditional Live Congress to a Hybrid or Totally Virtual Congress - Shared screen with speaker view
Alvaro Margolis, MD, MS, FIAHSI
14:20
Welcome! Please tell us where you come from
Rachel Shnekendorf
14:58
Hello from Alexandria, VA!
Erin Schwarz
15:02
Hi, I'm Erin from Southern California
Sharon Cathcart
15:12
Sharon Cathcart, Johnson & Johnson Vision, Milpitas, Calif.
Tabitha Egger
15:24
Hello! This is Tabitha from Dignity Health Sacramento
Jennifer Valdivia
15:34
Hi from Ponte Vedra Florida
Bethany Banner
15:39
Hello from Kalamazoo, Michigan
Alanna Kaiser
16:21
Hi, I'm Alanna from American osteopathic association in Chicago
DANA MANSELL
16:59
Greetings from Denver, CO!
Rebecca DeVivo
17:27
Hi all from Chicago!
Carla Brink
17:30
Hi from Duluth, MN
Jennifer Valdivia
17:31
We would like a list of potential vendors that can help with a virtual conference.
Jo Townson
17:38
Kaiser Permanente, Oakland, CA
Devon Cortright
17:40
Hi Everyone! Greetings from the American Society for Clinical Pathology in Chicago!
Rebecca DeVivo
18:07
We are wondering how people are changing their format, number of sessions and fees for virtual compared with their live
Tabitha Egger
18:34
My biggest struggle right now is getting experts within our health system to deliver education, when they are overwhelmed with preparing for a COVID-19 surge.
Rebecca DeVivo
18:37
Thanks Jann!
Rebecca DeVivo
18:38
:)
Jennifer Valdivia
18:39
We might have do a live conference with a virtual component at the end of the year. How do we accomodate an international event with multiple time zones. How many sessions will participants really sit at a computer for? It is a three day conference for example?
Sharon Cathcart
18:43
We are hoping to learn some best practices to look for from our grantees in terms of contingency plans.
John Schreiner
19:07
Hi from South Florida. Working on our annual conference of ~500, which we've just converted to virtual (early September). Looking for tips, best practices, etc. and specifically including small group interactive sections in addition to larger, entire audience lectures. Thx!
Jennifer Valdivia
19:30
Do we capture and offer the enduring component for those that do the live conference? If so should we offer CME? Will that allow us to charge a larger registraiton fee?
Jennifer Valdivia
22:39
We are not allowed to use Zoom and the current approved conference software that we have is not conducive to virtual learning.
Alliance ACEHP
00:23:57
Hi everyone - this is being recorded and will be available along with a PDF of the slides and an additional handout on the Alliance website later this week.
Karen Kaminskas
26:49
Hello from Orlando FL
Erin Schwarz
29:51
When you move online, you are losing one of the biggest reasons people attend big meetings (their friends and colleagues). Any ideas about how to compensate for that?
Sharon Cathcart
30:20
Hi, Erin. I take a lot of MOOC courses; they have discussion forums. That might be one thing to conside.
Leslie Howell
53:01
We're allowing exhibit reps to have a 60 second video that plays in a breakout room during a designated "exhibit" break.
Art Arellano
53:50
I like the “exhibit break” idea!!
Sharon Thompson
58:28
Do you charge exhibitors? If so, how much?
Art Arellano
01:00:06
This was great. Thank you this was very informative.
Sharon Cathcart
01:01:01
Indeed; this is very useful. I look forward to sharing with my grant review committees.
Raja Venkata
01:12:55
Thanks! This was very informative!
Sharon Thompson
01:13:25
Thank you so much for this presentation.
Rebecca DeVivo
01:13:43
thanks!
Tabitha Egger
01:14:04
Thank you so much! I have a lot of great ideas ot take back to my own program :)