Maximize your time at medical conferences to create take-home value

Attending a clinical seminar or medical society meeting is a commitment of time and money, and it’s important to get the most out of each one.

 “Whatever new ideas or management points I learn, I note them down systematically somewhere—diary, laptop—as these are my take-home points and I might not remember the finer aspects in the future.”
-Dhiraj Gada, MD, DGO, DFP, FICMCH, reproductive endocrinologist and director of Gada Life ART Center, Indore, India, and a member of mdCurrent-India’s Editorial Advisory Board

While these gatherings can be enjoyable and a time to catch up with colleagues, their real value lies in the knowledge and tips that can be taken home and applied in daily clinical practice.

To be sure you’re investing your time and financial resources wisely, it’s important to do your homework prior to attending a conference. Studying the...

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