A case study in what to do if your medical conference's satellite symposia spin out of control
The Case: Wilma Worrywart is director of CME at the Society of American Shin Splints Specialists. SASSS holds an annual meeting for more than 4,000 healthcare professionals; the conference includes commercially funded satellite symposia certified by other accredited providers. These are held two days in advance of the conference. When Wilma got back to her office after the 2010 conference, she had a stack of pink phone messages on on her desk, a stuffed e-mail in-box, and a blinking ...
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