This year, Medgadget is proudly sponsoring the American Medical Association’s conference for medical reporters, public relations professionals, and physicians and nurses who have a role in speaking for their organizations. The conference organizers promise very practical and hands-on set of sessions on writing, speaking, and television production of medical news material, as well as round tables and talks by noted individuals in the industry.
There are more than 30 different workshops, electives, panels, roundtables, keynote speeches and critiques offered from experts. Learn from the leaders and opinion makers who shape the field of health care. Join leading medical communications professionals, journalists and technology pros at the 28th annual AMA Medical Communications Conference.
Who should attend?
Physician leaders, health care spokespersons and medical experts Medical and specialty society communicators and public relations specialists Health and medical broadcasters Nurses, dentists, dietitians, psychologists and other members of the health care team active in medical communications
Benefits of attending
Depending on the course schedule selected by the individual participant, attendees will be able to do any or all of the following after attending the AMA Medical Communications Conference: Identify and define the perspective of news media and supply information needs based on conference experience and workshops. Deliver medical and healthcare news more effectively and more professionally based on on-camera exercises and faculty feedback. Construct and deliver a more effective speech based on speaker training experience and faculty critiques. Develop and edit a television report incorporating stand-up, b-roll and voiceover based on workshop experience. Recognize the role experts play in the dissemination of medical and healthcare news via traditional broadcast and electronic news media. Evaluate the efficacy of new and emerging communications technologies as potential, strategic vehicles for disseminating necessary medical/health news and information.