It’s CMEpalooza Week – Here is What to Expect

Is CMEpalooza Fall really 2 days away (yes)? Are we really ready (I hope so)? Have you registered for every session you are interested in (I hope not, since there is no such thing as registration for CMEpalooza)?

We’re a little less than 48 hours away from the start of CMEpalooza Fall and we’ll be throwing a few things out at everyone as we make our final preparations. Here is what you can expect the next few days:

  • Tomorrow morning, we’ll be putting up the case studies that will be discussed during our 3 p.m. ET session sponsored by CME Matters, “Common/Not-So-Common Case Conundrums in CME.” Everyone is certainly invited to read through both cases in advance of the session, though we’ll be reviewing the nuts and bolts of each case during the session itself. Perhaps most importantly, tomorrow morning will be the first time that our case discussants will see their case — we’re trying to introduce some real-world time pressure into each scenario.
  • Derek will also put together his usual pithy primer tomorrow on how to watch CMEpalooza Fall and answer some of the more common questions we receive. Hopefully, he’ll also briefly review the new way we’re offering live viewers to ask questions of our presenters, though I wouldn’t be surprised if he forgets. Either way, we’ll be including details on this during each CMEpalooza Fall session.
  • We’ll be lighting up the usual social media channels with weird memes and promotional posts to remind you about all of the interesting things we have in store during our live broadcasts. Please feel free to help us by using the #CMEpalooza hashtag on Twitter.
  • At 10 a.m. ET on Wednesday, CMEpalooza Fall will officially begin with our kickoff session sponsored by Global Academy for Medical Education, LLC, “The Brief, Wondrous Life of a Grant Request.” Derek put out a call last week to submit questions for this session. There is still time to add your question to the queue if you’d like. Keep it clean, folks.

 

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