Here is a re-creation of Scott’s reaction when he found out I had already updated the CMEpalooza archive page with all of the sessions from CMEpalooza Fall (the role of “Scott” is played by Bert):
Rude but understandable since I usually don’t update the archive until, oh, around the time we are announcing the next Palooza agenda. (note from Scott: Are you picturing Derek/Ernie playing with his rubber ducky at his desk instead of updating the agenda? I sure am.)
Anyway, a big thank you to our friends over at Array for sponsoring the CMEpalooza archive and giving me the motivation to update it a little (lot) quicker than usual.
Lastly, a huge thanks to all of you who watched CMEpalooza Fall 2022 and made it a success. We had more than 200 live viewers for half of the sessions and are well over that mark for most of the rest if we include on-demand viewers of the archived versions. We continue to be amazed and humbled by the support you all have given to our little conference. See you in the spring!
Happy Monday! Are you tired of hearing from us, yet? Yes? Too bad! Scott and I are delaying our usual post-CMEpalooza hibernation by a couple weeks because we just have so darned much to tell you about. I promise to keep it short and sweet.
First up, our good friends over at the ACCME have a very cool opportunity for you to contribute your educational leadership to the ACCME 2023 Meeting. They asked if we could remind everyone that they are accepting proposals for their May 16-18, 2023 annual meeting, which will take in-person at the Sheraton Chicago Hotel. You can visit the ACCME 2023 Meeting website for more information. The deadline for submissions is Friday, October 28, 2022, so get cracking!
Second, our CMEpalooza Spotlight with Broadcast Beat Studios is coming up at 11 am ET on Tuesday, Nov. 1. We’ll be talking with the team about the role of the live video studio and get some “show and tell” about all of the cool features that today’s production studios offer. Scott promises that it won’t be boring, which immediately elevates it over almost anything else you were planning to do during that time…unless during that time you were planning to do a ride along with Formula One champ Max Verstappen (note from Scott: Way to dig deep into random sports references than fewer than usual people will understand, Derek!). That would admittedly likely be more exciting, but not by much!
And lastly, here are the winners from the CMEpalooza Scavenger Hunt. Thanks again to Broadcast Beat Studios for sponsoring:
- Antonio Meo, Associate Director, Medical Proficiency Acceleration Center, Daiichi Sankyo, Inc.
- Jill Hays, Executive Director, Primary Care Network
- Lauren Rieck, Manager, Medical Education Grants, National Jewish Health
- Heather Ranels, Director of Education, MPL Association
- Amanda Kaczerski, Director, Grant Officer, Global Medical Grants, Pfizer
- Angelique Vinther, CME Outcomes and Reporting/Analytics Expert
- Kimberly Moore, Medical Outcomes Science Liaison, AbbVie
- Erica Gunderson, Physician Performance Improvement Manager, Methodist Hospital Northeast
- Jennifer Wahl, Director, Educational Content, American College of Rheumatology
- Kathryn Hedges, Director of Editorial Services, Physicians Postgraduate Press
To watch live CMEpalooza Fall sessions, go here: https://cmepalooza.com/live/
To watch the archived version of the CMEpalooza Fall sessions, go here: https://cmepalooza.com/fall-2022/
To participate in the CMEpalooza Scavenger Hunt, go to the website of this special promotion’s sponsor, Broadcast Beat Studios, and look for the CMEpalooza logo. Click on it and see what happens!