What to do when your attendees are sick and tired Hope Levy Kott, project director for Rockville, Md. — based consulting firm IQ Solutions, had an interesting challenge when planning a two-day, 250-attendee scientific conference on chronic fatigue syndrome last October for the Department of Health and Human Services: trying to accommodate the patients who also wanted to attend the meeting. It was held at the Marriott Key Bridge in Washington, D.C. “This syndrome is very difficult to ...

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