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Ted Singer, President, PeerView Institute (PVI); Melissa Klingler, VP, Educational Program Development, PVI; Karen Tacka, PhD, VP, Grant Operations and Partnerships, PVI; Carmine DeLuca, Chief Medical Officer, PVI
Help! My keynote speaker is sick! Our ARS isn’t working in this basement! An international pandemic is keeping everyone at home and isolated!
Delivering a high-quality medical education activity is not a mechanical process; its success is dependent on effective preparation and coordination from many groups. But, things happen, and if a cog is broken, will your wheel still turn? When you are rigorously process-focused, how do you still remain adaptable?
Planning for the unexpected ensures continuing medical education will continue– even if differently – when unforeseen events occur, which means HCPs will continue to receive the education they need to optimize patient care. Contingency plans help ensure that you've always got a backup option when things go wrong or when the unexpected happens. This is not just a hypothetical good idea. Developing long-term strategies focused on back-up systems, communication solutions, and staff training, as well as short-term tactics like having a spare clean shirt on hand, can compensate for unexpected happenings and allow you and your company to shine.
Join us for stories (including some horror stories!) and practical collaboration in this interactive session as we take on planning for the unexpected and managing the fallout. The expert panel – carefully-selected leaders in program management, content development, and budget and grants management – will provide perspectives across all phases of planning and delivery.
Learners will come away from the session with practical solutions to common and uncommon unexpected situations, a plan for developing long- and short-term contingency plans, and information and advice for managing the repercussions of unanticipated events.