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Medical meeting professionals already are using social media to market their events, but most are not taking full advantage of how these tools can help them further their careers as adult education professionals. Our social media experts uncover ways you can leverage social media to learn the latest in adult education strategies, untangle ethical issues, work through accreditation challenges, and enhance your professional standing.

Join social media advocate Derek Warnick, principal, D. Warnick Consulting and author of the Confessions of a Medical Educator blog who specializes in the application of new technologies, Web 2.0 tools, and social media platforms, for this archived free webinar to learn about how you can use social media technology to become a more effective CME professional. Also on the panel is Alex Djuricich, associate dean for CME, program director in Medicine-Pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, and author of the Mired in MedEd blog.

Speakers

  • Derek Warnick, principal, D. Warnick Consulting and author of the Confessions of a Medical Educator blog
  • Alex Djuricich, associate dean for CME, program director in Medicine-Pediatrics at the Indiana University School of Medicine in Indianapolis, and author of the Mired in MedEd blog.

Learning points: This webinar will provide CME and medical meeting professionals the tools they need to take advantage of all the benefits social media can offer. In this free, one-hour webinar, you’ll learn how to:

  • Safely and effectively engage on the Big 3 social media platforms (Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter)
  • Determine which of the platforms will best serve your needs, from the Big 3 to blogs, Google+, Pinterest, YouTube, and others
  • Navigate the platforms to most efficiently use your time to maximize results
  • Develop a social media policy to ensure your organization’s social media use remains ethical and professional.

Moderated by:

Sue Pelletier, Editor, Medical Meetings

Register today!