In the “classic” baseball movie Field of Dreams (I put “classic” in quotations because I know some of you will balk at the suggestion), James Earl Jones suggests to Kevin Costner that the one constant through all the years has been baseball. I will suggest to you, dear reader, that the one constant through all the years of CME programming we have had, is…how do I get people to respond to my dang surveys!?
OK, maybe I’m being a little facetious, but for as long as I have been working in CME (going on 15 years now), response rates to surveys has been a problem. We’re all constantly looking for new, cost-effective ways to get an increased number of people to complete our surveys, evaluations, etc. With that in mind, I’m really looking forward to Boyce Byerly’s 10:30 AM ET CMEpalooza session on Improving Response Rates on CME Surveys. Check out our “Sneak Peek” video with Boyce below for a nice summary of what he’ll be covering.
Side note: proving once again that I will never be a professional moderator, this video starts out a little abruptly as I forgot to tell everyone when we were going live and I had just finished shushing them when the video starts. As usual, I look like a doofus.